Chutneys and Accompaniments

Pineapple and Beet Raita Chukandar aur Annanas Raita

This seasoned creamy yogurt dip is a simple but delicious way to serve beets. It can be served with Indian bread…

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Cucumber and Yogurt Raita Kheera Raita

Raita, a traditional yogurt-based condiment, is served with every Indian meal. All raitas are refreshing, and this version, with its cooling…

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Spiced Garlic Poondu Kolumbu

This traditional south Indian side dish is known as Poondu Kolumbu in the south or Lahsooni Kari in the north, which…

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Spicy Apricot Chutney Khubani Chutney

Sweet and spicy, this chutney goes well with grilled chicken or fish. I particularly enjoy it with Five Spice Blackened SalmonĀ …

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Sweet Mango Chutney Mitha Aam Chutney

Unripe green mangoes are used in this sweet and slightly sour mango chutney. This condiment is especially good when paired with…

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South Indian Coconut Chutney Nariyal ki Chutney

This condiment complements crispy Indian snacks, breads, pancakes, grilled fish or chicken dishes perfectly. If you cannot find fresh coconut, use…

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Mint Chutney Pudine ki Chutney

This green chutney is the most popular chutney throughout India. Every household adds its own special touch and ingredients and there…

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Garlic and Peanut Chutney Moong-Phalli aur Lahssun ki Chutney

There is nothing like freshly made, tangy, spiced chutney to accompany crispy snacks, breads, curries and rice dishes. Made with peanuts,…

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Plum Tomato Chutney with Mustard Seeds Tamatar Sarso ki Chutney

This creation is inspired by the south Indian flavors of curry leaves and mustard seeds. I often serve this as a…

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