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20 Aug 13
Malaga Podi / Milagai Podi by Tarla Dalal
The Milagai Podi, fondly called “Gun Powder” by south Indian food fans, is an all-time favourite accompaniment to idlis and dosas. When a spoonful of the powder is served, spice lovers fondly make a small hole in its centre, add a spoonful of til oil or ghee into it, and mix gently with their index ....
16 May 14
Garlic Tomato Chutney ( Kebabs and Tikkis Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Two common ingredients, brought together with other complementary ingredients, create magic in this recipe! You will be surprised to note that this toothsome Garlic Tomato Chutney uses only red chillies from the spice box, yet is so flavourful due to the combination of strong-flavoured natural ingre ....
15 Oct 15
Red Garlic Chutney ( Idlis and Dosas ) by Tarla Dalal
Although red in colour, the red garlic chutney is not fiery. The use of coconut moderates the spiciness of this chutney, making it suitable for all. The use of tamarind pulp is very important to balance the taste of coconut and garlic, and ensure that you add the suggested quantity.
16 May 12
Chilli Garlic Chutney ( Sizzlers and Barbeque Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Vibrantly colored and fiery too, the chilli garlic chutney is enough to invite people’s attention to a dish. Whether served as an accompaniment or used as a spread, mix-in or topping, the chutney enhances the aroma and pungency of a dish making it appealing to spice lovers.
11 Jan 11
Green Peas Chutney by Tarla Dalal
With its nutty texture and flavour, green peas chutney is further enhanced with green chillies, coriander, and such ingredients that make it a vibrant spread for breads and buns.
23 Aug 11
High Fibre Chutney by Tarla Dalal
The inclusion of this chutney may come as a surprise to some. The fibre in this chutney comes from green peas, which are added to the coriander. Garlic, lemon and as little as 1 teaspoon of sugar are added to perk up its flavours.
21 Aug 17
Gujarati Raw Papaya Chutney, Kacha Papaya Sambharo by Tarla Dalal
Bored of serving kachoris and samosas with the same old green chutney and sweet chutney? Try your hand at making Raw Papaya Chutney, a tongue-tickling Gujarati
Here, grated raw papaya is cooked with a traditional tempering of mustard, curry le ....
12 Jan 18
Capsicum Chutney by Tarla Dalal
Here’s a chutney that will tickle your taste buds and perk up any dish it is served with.
An apt accompaniment for idli, dosa and hot steamed rice, the Capsicum Chutney combines the pungent, mildly spicy flavour of capsicum with the comforting taste of roasted dal, the tanginess of tamarind, the ....
11 Nov 12
Malgapodi Masala / Idli Masala by Aditya Vikram Shah
A dry seasoning or accompaniment for idlis, to be converted into chutney or sauce with warm ghee.
01 Aug 13
Methi Ki Chutney by Sandipan
When we don't feel like cooking a subji or a curry for our chapati or rotis, this is a wonderful accompaniment. Comes really handy. It is very tasty and very easy to make (no labour at all). Just a bit of pre-preparation and our methi chutney is ready. The best part about this chutney is we can keep ....
28 Aug 11
Date Chutney by sgambhir
A sweet and tangy date chutney is prepared by blending soaked dates or khajur with jaggery and spices. This delicious dates chutney can be served with dhoklas, fried snacks or even as topping for chaats.
26 Aug 11
Quick Cucumber Chutney by umagundu
The above prepared chutney can be consumed with idli, dosa and parantha, or also with upma and pongal.
27 Jul 11
Dal Chutney by pamakhija
Dal chutney is an innovative recipe of grinding roasted dals along with salt, chillies, tamarind and sugar. A sweet and spicy chutney recipe which is best paired with fried snacks or can also be simply enjoyed as a accompaniment with any main course.
23 Aug 03
Bread Chutney by perepu
Prepare the Bread chutney with coriander leaves, ginger paste and chillies.Use the bread chutneys spread for sandwiches, dips or even as marinade for tikkas.
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