Red Bell Pepper Tomato chutney is an easy to make pachadi. A gem among South Indian vegetarian recipes, it works well as a dip or spread over sandwiches.
Simple chutney like Dondakaya pachadi with warm rice is comfort food for me. Andhra veg recipes boast of numerous chutney recipes that delight our soul.
Hotel style coconut chutney recipe – Subtly spiced and tempering with curry leaves gives the coconut chutney all the charm it needs to be your favorite side with dosa and idli.
We Andhras love our Pachadis (chutney/condiment) and in our home pachadis are revered. Seriously. Mom makes the BEST pachadis you can ever imagine. The aromas that fill the kitchen during the preparatory process is something that has to be experienced. For instance, take today’s pachadi which calls for green chilies. The aroma of green chilies roasting is simply intoxicating while the sizzle of tempered spices hold promise of an eternally pleasing meal to come.
Am blogging a favorite recipe today. It includes my favorite greens and vegetable – methi and carrot. Love the refreshing colors and flavor combination of carrot and fenugreek in a pachadi avatar. Clean, simple and delicious.
Fresh coriander is hard to come by during summer and when available, its exorbitantly priced. My vegetable vendor who supplies fresh vegetables, grown in his small farm, brought 2 bunches of fresh coriander. Delighted, I put my favorite herb to use by way of an easy breezy chutney to go with out morning breakfast, Dosa.
Raw mango not only adds a tangy punch to this earthy pachadi but enhances the taste of sauteed brinjals that are blended in roasted cumin, red chillis and garlic and tempered with mustard seeds and aromatic curry leaves.
There’s something very cheerful about tomatoes and when I use them to prepare the first meal of the day, I feel good. I made a tomato based chutney to go with sponge dosas for...
Have leftover idli or dosa batter sitting in your refrigerator? Need something quick and easy to prepare with it? Just add chopped onion, green chillis, coriander leaves, cumin seeds to the batter and prepare...
This authentic Indian chutney is so versatile and goes with most foods and tastes great on crackers, sandwiches, grilled chicken, fish, chips. No Indian meal is complete without freshly prepared chutney. Traditionally served with curry and other side dishes in a traditional Indian meal/thali to contrast the flavors.
This is a delicious low fat dish of South India and can be enjoyed both as a snack and meal. Basically idli is a breakfast dish and is served with curried lentil or chutney or spiced powder (podi).
How to make South Indian coriander chutney recipe with fresh coriander leaves and Indian spices.Easy vegetarian and vegan recipe of easy coriander leaves chutney