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. Cut the brinjals into big pieces and boil it in water for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove from the water and cool it. Put it in a mixie and grind it coarsely.
One of our readers, Ms. Jayalakshmy Ramanathan, shared this recipe from her mother. I have shared this with our readers and thank Ms. Jayalakshmy for her contribution. The brinjal gojju goes well with Curd Rice. Also it can be served with “Rice Uppuma”, “Upma Kozhukattai” and even with idli/dosa.
Recipe for Quick Coriander Chutney. Thokku is normally solid and can be taken with curd rice/idli/dosa. However, for idli and dosa the chutney is preferred to be in semi-solid or free flowing state