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Side Dishes recipes


Last Updated : Jun 26,2020



खाने के साथ परोसे जाने वाले रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Side Dishes recipes in Hindi)
જમણની સાથે - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Side Dishes recipes in Gujarati)

Side Dishes Recipes, Indian Side Dish Veg Recipes

side dishes recipes. Indian side dish recipes. A meal without side dishes is a big risk to take because you can never be sure it will appeal to everybody! Side dish recipes like Pickles, Papad, Dips, Jams and sauces add zing and ensure that everybody finds something to enjoy in the meal... crunch for crunch lovers, the spice for the spice fans and tang for the tang seekers! In short, side dishes not only add more fun to a meal but also have the power to balance the flavours and textures as per one’s tastes.

Strawberry Jam, Fresh Strawberry Jam RecipeStrawberry Jam, Fresh Strawberry Jam Recipe

While some accompaniments are made fresh, like Jams and Dips, others like Chutneys, Pickles and sauces can be made in bulk and stored, handy to be used whenever required.

From biryani to dosa, side dishes are an important part of every meal in Indian cuisine. Be it restaurant or home, dishes like idli / dosa / appe are incomplete without side dishes like chutney and sambhar. Similarly, main course dishes like rice & Indian flatbreads cannot be enjoyed without accompaniments like dal, subzi. How boring and unappealing it would be to relish them plain! Whatever be your requirement, you will find a couple of choices to match your needs in this section.

Butter, Jam recipes - Breakfast side dishes

A cup of coffee with a side of toasted bread is sure a great start to the morning. When this bread slice is smeared with accompaniments like butter and jam, it literally takes it to a whole new level. You can also opt for healthy alternatives like coconut butter, almond butter or peanut butter.

Jams are fruits that have been prepared and canned for long term storage. The preparation of fruit preserves traditionally involves the use of a gelling agent, although sugar or honey may be used as well. They may be made using a single fruit like strawberry, pineapple or mixed fruits/ berries.

Homemade ButterHomemade Butter

Indian breakfast recipes like parathas are incomplete without a dollop of white butter. Learn how to make safed makhan at home and serve them warm with tongue-tickling achaar or raita.

Try your hands on a myriad of flavored butter recipes like Schezwan and Spring Onion Butter, Garlic and Fresh Herb Butter & Lemon Chilli Coriander Butter and use them to make pasta, noodles and rice or you can use it as an interesting spread for your toast, Sandwiches or rolls. Flavored butter makes up for a perfect side dish to warm dough balls too.

Chutney recipes as side dishes

Each Indian cuisine or region has some or the other special chutney that complements the food. They can accompany snacks as well as main course dishes, in fact, you can even use them to prepare other dishes. Chutneys can be dry or wet & can be prepared in bulk and stored for later use.

Chutney Podi (Thengai)Chutney Podi (Thengai)

From amla chutney to black sesame seeds, chutney can be made with an assortment of ingredients & will have a sweet, spicy or tangy flavor. Trust us! They will surely perk up your meal. Glance through our collection of 260 Chutney Recipes and choose from a range of options like hari chutney, fresh garlic chutney, coconut chutney as per your requirements.

Achaar, Papad as side dishes

Papads can enhance the simplest of meals with its crunch. No wonder it is a popular side dish to an Indian meal. Papads come in different shapes and can be transformed to create delightful snacks and munchies. Fried, roasted or microwaved, papad has a tongue-tickling flavor.

Masala PapadMasala Papad

Pickles or achaars can be made with vegetables or fruits. Vegetables are usually salted, either with dry salt or brine. Dry salted vegetables are then packed in oil, usually mustard oil. Pickling is usually done in oil, vinegar, lemon juice or brine (i.e. salt solution). While some are sun-dried, some can be made quickly in a pan or a microwave. Our section for pickle recipes is a gateway to the world of pickles, with options like Spicy Mango Pickle, Carrot Pickle, Aam ka Achaar, Drumstick Pickle etc.

Health conscious people can opt for better alternatives made with selective ingredients and specific proportions. Check out our section for Low-Calorie Pickles/Sauces/Chutneys recipes to enjoy side dishes without worrying about anything.

Enjoy our side dishes recipes. Indian side dish recipes and other side dish recipes below. 

13 Accompaniments Butter Recipes
250 Accompaniments Chutney Recipes
286 Accompaniments Dips / Sauces Recipes
22 Accompaniments Jams Recipes
78 Accompaniments Low Cal Pickles / Sauces / Chutneys Recipes
13 Accompaniments Papads Recipes
182 Accompaniments Pickles / Achar Recipes


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Recipe# 32270
04 Jan 09

 
 by Foodie#434561
No reviews
1] you can colour half the fresh shredded coconut by rubbing it with a few drops of your desired food colour
2] vary the quantity of the rose sherbet to give a drier or moister mukhwaas
Recipe# 10686
29 Apr 02

 
 by bhuvanaygsr
No reviews
The tempting aam ka achar is a sweet and tangy pickle or achar recipe with unripe mangoes mixed with spices and mustard oil. Find many easy to prepare achar recipe, mango pickle recipes at tarladalal.com
Recipe# 32220
05 Nov 08

 
 
by Foodie#429002
No reviews
Useful because of vitamin c in amla.warm because of ginger.digestive,warm and tasty.
always keep in your kitchen stock.keeps away from cold and indigestion.
you may add a little roasted ajwain and black salt to make ot more effective home remedy.
Recipe# 12848
29 Jun 01

 
 by mani36
No reviews
An Andhra style pickle recipe using raw mangoes , avakai is great for the taste buds and imparts a spicy tangy touch to every meal. The unripe mangoes are mixed with select spice powders, gingelly oil and powdered kabuli chana lovely accompaniment to any meal or starter, avakai is a favorite among a ....
Recipe# 16075
11 Aug 11

 
 by shee_recipes
A spoonful of adrak chutney makes for a lovely side dish, dip or accompaniment recipe. Adrak or ginger is good for digestive and respiratory complaints and hence this chutney made from crushed adrak or ginger should feature in your menu.
Recipe# 10320
17 Jul 02

 
 by vijayamallika
No reviews
1.the above preparation can be used for vomiting and morning sickness during pregnancy or for improving the digestion.
3. it is very tasty and improves the taste and improves appetite.
2. the above preparation can be used for colds, coughs etc. for small children.
Recipe# 9673
23 Sep 18

 
 
by anursk
No reviews
An innovative chutney recipe, allam pachadi or ginger chutney with shredded ginger blended with oil, salt, spices and other spices is an amazing accompaniment to meals or snacks.
Recipe# 9886
08 Oct 02

 
 
by preekar
No reviews
An innovative chutney recipe, aloo bukhare or plum ki chutney with chopped plum or aloo bukhara blended with sugar, salt, and other spices is an amazing accompaniment to meals or snacks.
Recipe# 10584
29 Nov 02

 
 
by anita_raipur
No reviews
You can add cardamom powder and few saffron strands too.it is good for health,hair,used as a substitute for chavan prash too.
Recipe# 14662
26 Jan 02

 
 
by shitalparande
No reviews
Apple sauce is a sauce or preserve made from the baked or cooked apples along with a wide range of spice powders like powdered cinnamon. A complete guide to prepare the apple sauce is presented here with the ingredients, cooking time and method.
Recipe# 13848
20 Aug 02

 
 by rekha_72
No reviews
Prepare the hot Artichoke dip for your guests and serve it with your favorite starter or snack. A tasty, creamy and healthy dip recipe, artichoke dip is full of healthful benefits.
Recipe# 10845
26 Jun 02

 
 
by luv2cook
No reviews
Asian sweet-spicy dipping sauce is a sweet and spicy sauce recipe which can be used as dressing or dipping sauce. Relish tacos or chips with this delectable sweet and spicy dipping sauce.
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