Chutneys are an integral part of cooking in most South Indian families. They make good accompaniments with lunch. They are also needed for breakfast dishes as idli and dosa. Red onion chutney is delicious and pairs up well with any kind of dosa.
The traditional food of a good vegetable with a hot chutney and a tasty dal with rotis or chapatis is more fulfilling than all the chaats and other delicacies which we love to eat outside. Nothing like food cooked at home, you can sense the satisfaction after eating outside for a week.
Here is another coconut chutney that is very tasty.It can be used with idli and dosa. The ingredients that you need are: fresh coconut grated 2 cup green chillies 3 a few curry leaves dalia split 1/2 cup garlic cloves 2 coriander leaves 1/2 bunch tamarind pulp 2 tsp salt to taste seasoning: oil 1 […]
Mangoes are sour and mouth watering. One cannot resist eating them. A wide range of dishes can be made with raw mango, but make sure it has a sour taste,to give its zing. The ingrdients that you need are; 2 cup raw mango pieces, skin has to be removed 1cup fresh coconut. 1/2 tsp of […]
Tomatoes are abundantly available. Oh! these are my favourite,I can spin a whole lot of dishes with it. Here is a tomato chutney, just for you. Make sure it is spicy to adhere to your taste buds