Mint chutney is probably one of the most famous chutney in north India. Mint is called “Pudina”in Indian language. Pudina chutney is very
aromatic, refreshing, tangy and cooling chutney. This tasty chutney is made with mint leaves, coriander leaves, lemon juice and spices and other ingredients may vary depending on the individual taste or the area the chutney comes from. Though this chutney can be eaten with any kind of curry but is most popular compliment is tandoori chicken and sheekh kebabs. It is also accompanied with savory snacks like pakoras or samosas. This chutney usually made with coriander leaves to maintain the green color as mint can turn black.
Sweet chutney is often required for dahi vada and chaat. Sweet tamarind chutney cannot be prepared instantly but this sweet chutney prepared with mango powder can be prepared very easily and instantly. This chutney is very tantalizing.
Flax seeds are dark brown in color. One should include antioxidant flax seeds in thier daily diet as these are full of proteins, fibre, vitamin B1, minerals and important fatty acids like Omega - 3, Omega - 6.
Spinach chutney made with roasted urad dal and chana dal is very delicious in eating as well as good in looking. It can be served along idli, samosa, and pakora or with rice. Everyone will surely like its unique taste.
Mango Kasundi Sauce is a very tasty, tangy and sour sauce. It is eaten along with pakoras, pizza, sandwich or any other snacks. Kasundi can be easily made at home, so let us prepare Mango Kasundi Sauce.
Amla(Emblica) Chutney is very tasty. It can be eaten with samosas, kachoris or pakoras. This chutney is very nutritious when eaten during meals everyday. It improves stomach digestion and removes iron deficiency in the blood.
With busy morning schedule we hardly get time to manage breakfast. With this if we have ginger and green chilly paste ready then it gets little time saving. Ginger and green chilly paste can be prepared very easily.
Curry leaf chutney is very delicious. This chutney is cooked in south India the most. This chutney taste so good that if you will prepare it once you would love to make it again and again. Curry leaf chutney can be served with idli, dosa, vada or pakora.
Pudina Chutney is mostly eaten in North India. It is used as a dip for Samosas, Kachoris, Pakoras and eaten with meals. You can make Pudina Chutney with sour unripe mangoes or curd. Pudina Chutney is very tasty. So let us make Pudina Chutney.