Tomato chutney recipe to accompany South Indian Breakfast like Idli, Dosa, pesarattu, Pongal & any snacks. Tomato chutney is a basic condiment made with tomatoes & spices. Each South Indian house hold may have a different recipe made to suit their taste & liking. Traditionally tomato chutney was made by crushing roasted tomatoes, garlic, chilies, Read More
Chutney recipes for rice, snacks, idli, dosa and other breakfasts
Onion chutney is a spicy hot Indian chutney made with onions, peanuts, spices and herbs. It can be eaten as a side with any breakfasts and snacks. Onion chutney can also be served with sandwiches, pakoras & fried snacks.
Coconut chutney recipe – I make coconut chutney almost 3 to 4 times a week, not only to accompany our typical South Indian breakfast foods but also for evening snacks like pakora, vada, sandwiches and even for plain rice. Yes we Telugu speaking people make a special kind of kobbari pachadi to serve with plain Read More
Beetroot chutney is a spicy side dish made with beets, spices, dal, garlic and herbs. This beetroot chutney can be eaten with most indian breakfasts like dosa, pongal, paratha or even with rice.
Peanut chutney or groundnut chutney made in andhra style to accompany idli, dosa & uttapam. Groundnut is just another term for peanut. This protein rich peanut chutney is made regularly at home for breakfast just like in most Telugu speaking homes. It is made without coconut and is thick, creamy and tastes delicious. There are Read More
Tomato pachadi is a condiment made with tomatoes, chilies, garlic, spices & tamarind. Pachadi means chutney in telugu. This slightly tangy, nutty & spicy tomato pachadi is most often eaten with rice & ghee. However we also serve this with any snacks & even breakfasts like idli, dosa, pesarattu , pongal, roti, paratha and even Read More
tamarind chutney is a sweet, tangy and spicy condiment used to make chaat snacks. It is made with tamarind, jaggery, dates and various spice powders. This post shares in detail how to make the best tamarind chutney at home.
Pudina chutney recipe or mint chutney – There are 3 ways a pudina chutney is made in Indian cuisine and I have shared all the 3 in this post. The first one is to serve as a side with Snacks like samosa, pakora and Sandwiches & is also used for chaats. The second pudina chutney Read More
Broccoli chutney recipe – Healthy, delicious and hot broccoli chutney to serve as a side with rice, paratha, roti, chapati, pongal or dosa. We Telugu speaking people make many kinds of vegetable chutney to enjoy with rice & ghee. These are known as pachadi which is mostly made without adding any water, similar to the Read More
Ginger chutney or Allam chutney for Idli, dosa, vada, pesarattu & snacks. Allam chutney is a popular condiment from Andhra cuisine usually eaten with breakfasts. Allam translates to ginger in telugu & chutney is a condiment. This recipe will give you a very delicious & flavorful ginger chutney that tastes slightly sweet, tangy, spicy & hot. Read More
Curry leaves chutney recipe is made in two ways in my home. A chutney that is creamy thick and smooth goes well with idli, dosa, pongal and most other south Indian breakfasts.The other is the karivepaku pachadi which is made similar to the methi leaves chutney that goes best with rice. We also make the Read More
Mango chutney recipe – A quick and easy raw mango chutney to serve with Indian breakfasts like idli, dosa, pesarattu, upma and vada. It can also be served with pongal or curd rice. There are so many ways a mango chutney can be made. This chutney is made using raw mango, fresh coconut and other Read More
Peanut onion chutney for idli, dosa, uthappam and most South Indian Breakfast dishes. There are a few different ways of making andhra peanut chutney, this is one such variation. Peanut chutney is one of the most made in most andhra homes to accompany breakfasts like idli or dosa. This peanut chutney uses onions which adds Read More
Carrot chutney recipe – how to make carrot chutney for rice, idli, dosa, pesarratu, vada, paratha and chapathi. Chutney made of vegetables make a good accompaniment to a breakfast or a meal. I make carrot chutney when I have surplus carrots. This chutney pairs well with most Indian breakfasts and even with roti or chapathi. Read More
Beerakaya pachadi recipe or ridge gourd chutney for idli, dosa,rice,chapathi. For those who are not familiar with this vegetable, beerakaya is called as Ridgegourd in english, heerekai in kannada, Peerkangai in tamil and Turai in hindi. This pachadi is also called as peerkangai chutney in tamil, heerekai chutney in kannada is one of the most Read More
Green chutney recipe for sandwiches, chaat and Indian snacks. Green chutney is one of the healthiest & is used often in Indian cuisine as a side with snacks, sandwiches and also to make chaats. This chutney aids digestion & enhances the taste, aroma and nutrition of any dish . Recipe of green chutney was requested Read More
Hot and spicy green chilli chutney called as pachimirapakaya pachadi is prepared in many regions of andhra and especially in rayalaseema and guntur. First time when I heard it, i was surprised to know that people can eat a chutney made of only green chillies. For me it was a new thing and my mom Read More
Capsicum chutney recipe – Capsicums are rich in vitamin A and C and many other minerals. I try to include them in dishes where ever possible in fried rice, biryani, curry and even in stir fry recipes. I prefer to make vegetable or leafy greens chutney to accompany our south Indian breakfast idli, dosa, pongal Read More