Discover how to make a tangy and spicy onion tomato chutney, a popular accompaniment in Indian cuisine. Perfect for dosa, idli, vada, or as a spread!
A collection of South Indian Chutney Recipes.
Enjoy this yummy mango chutney with any kind of millet dosa, like Ragi or wheat flour. It’s tangy and delicious. You can also have it with idli/dosa if you like.
This quick chutney is made with tomato, shallots and red chillies and served with Idli/Dosa.
Pudina leaves, commonly known as mint, are known for their numerous medicinal benefits, especially in stimulating digestion. Thuvaiyal, a beloved South Indian condiment, is commonly served as a side dish alongside curd rice, idli, dosa, and chapati. Furthermore, it can be combined with hot rice for a delectable and expeditious […]
This Thuvaiyal also called “Thogaiyal” is prepared along with variety rices, Curd Rice, Idli and taken during long journey or 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.
This is a very common chutney that is served with Idli or Dosa.
Make a delicious and easy coriander leaves chutney for your Pakora/Bajji with this recipe. No water needed, just a few simple ingredients.
Looking for a tasty chow chow chutney recipe? This versatile condiment is a perfect accompaniment to idli, dosa, curd rice, or even steamed rice. Say goodbye to 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.