This Thuvaiyal (also called “Thogaiyal”) is prepared along with variety Rices, Curd Rice, Idli and taken during long journey/picnic. It also goes well with Rice Upma. It tastes great when mixed with hot steamed rice along with few drops of ghee/gingelly oil. Note: When you want to keep it for long […]
A collection of South Indian Chutney Recipes.
This chutney goes well with Idli/Dosa. Please also see : Tomato Onion Chutney – Method 1 Tomato Curry Leaves Chutney Tomato Coriander Leaves Chutney Tomato Brinjal Chutney Tomato Carrot Chutney Tomato Chutney
This chutney is an ideal dip for Pakora/Bajji. Please also check for the following other varieties of Coriander Leaves Chutney Coriander Leaves Chutney – Method 1 Coriander Leaves Chutney – Method 2 Coriander Leaves Chutney – Method 3
This chutney can be served with idli/dosa/curd rice. It can also be taken mixed with hot steamed rice. A good subsitute for coconut chutney.
This onion peanut chutney can be served with most snacks or break fast items.
This chutney goes well with Ragi Adai/Dosai. This can also be eaten mixed with hot steamed rice along with a teaspoon of ghee/gingelly oil.
This Nellikkai (Gooseberry) Thuvaiyal goes well with Curd Rice.
This green chilli chutney is an ideal dip for Vendhaya Dosai. This is a quick dish and can be prepared in as little as ten minutes.
Recipe for Cucumber Chutney. This chutney goes well with Idli or fried rice. Peel the skin from cucumber and cut it into medium size pieces. Chop onion and tomato also into medium size pieces.
Recipe for Tomato Brinjal Chutney. This tomato brinjal chutney can be served with idli or dosa.