It's a pickle, it's a chutney and it's just smashing! Made with sorrel leaves, this one is a real crowd pleaser.
Coriander chutney is common to most Indian households but this recipe will blow your mind! The overpowering taste of coriander is beautifully balanced with mint leaves and a few drops of lemon juice.
A fine blend of coconut, curd and pineapple combined with fiery chillies and spices.
Kachri is a wild variety of cucumber that resembles a brown yellow small melon. When mixed with garlic, salt, red chilli powder, turmeric and coriander, it makes a spicy and delicious Rajasthani chutney. A delicious and spicy chutney from the house o...
Chutney made with the goodness of plums infused with warm flavours of cinnamon, chillies and cloves.
A nice and tangy side-dish made with mangoes, peppercorns, bay leaf, asafoetida and cloves. Savour it with rice or spread it over sandwiches/rotis or simply use it as a dip for snacks, this will come handy in most of your dishes.
A sidekick that is sweet and sour in one bite! Made with dry mango powder, jaggery and spices.
This is a popular street snack of Rajasthan also known as Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada. Green peppers stuffed with a masala aloo filling and deep fried. Serve with a tangy tomato chutney or white bread.
Fresh spinach leaves dipped in a rich batter and fried crisp. Then the best part, top the pakoras with yogurt, chutney, fresh coriander and a generous sprinkle of chaat masala.
Baati is a popular Rajasthani bread snack. In this recipe a paneer and spice stuffing is used. Traditionally you mash the baati then pour ghee, chutney and dal over it.
Your repertoire of South Indian delicacies may range from Coorgi pandi curry (pork curry) to nadan kozhi varuthathu (spicy chicken fry) but the one which is most popular and world renowned is 'idli'. A simple, glorious steamed rice pancake with innumerable health benefits, this quintessential ...
Chutneys evolved during the British rule. Chutney was a favorite of the British from the years the Empire ruled India. One famous chutney was called Major's Grey, named after a British Army Officer. During the 17th century chutney was imported to a few European countries as a luxury item.These migh...