Tamatar ki Chutney Recipe | How to Make Spicy Tomato Chutney

This spicy red tomato chutney is totally an Indian dish. We know that tomato is very healthy. It is full of Vitamin C. Tomato is a powerful anti-oxidant too. It also helps in maintaining the blood pressure.

We, in India, are very fond of chutneys. I’m sharing spicy red tomato chutney. We can have this spicy red tomato chutney with besan ka chilla, besan ki roti or even tehri. Continue reading Tamatar ki Chutney Recipe | How to Make Spicy Tomato Chutney

Dahi ka Raita for Hyderabadi Biryani

This Dahi ka Raita Recipe is easy to make and is a great accompaniment for Hyderabadi Biryani. Make it before you start cooking Hyderabadi Chicken Dum Biryani. Continue reading Dahi ka Raita for Hyderabadi Biryani

Khatti Meethi Imli Ki Chutney

Chutney does not have any specific meaning, but is a spicy condiment used to garnish various Indian dishes. It is a side dish, specially used in North Indian food. Chutney is a mix of sweet, spicy and sour flavour. It is made by adding sugar and different spices. To give flavours we can make it with mango, mint, green coriander, coconut, peanuts or ginger and garlic and of course last but not the least Tamarind (imli). Some chutneys are in gelatinous consistency and some are in liquid form.

South Indian chutneys are mostly prepared in gelatinous consistency. Their special and famous chutneys are made of peanuts and coconut. South Indians prefer to eat peanut or coconut chutneys with Dosa and Idlis.

Americans and Europeans use vinegar and also other flavours in chutneys.

Homemade chutneys are much more healthier than the preserved chutneys that are available in super markets. North Indians like to eat chutney with various foods like dal-chawal, Missi roti and many more dishes. Above all they make chutneys specially for chaats. We can give variations to chutneys by adding different fruits and spices to it. Continue reading Khatti Meethi Imli Ki Chutney