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This pungent accompaniment will surely tease your taste-buds.
A raita that is very unusual and very tasty. . . Serve it chilled to enjoy it. . . .
Hummus, the famous traditional Lebanese spread, has a creamy chickpea texture.
Dahiwali phudina chutney is an unusual combination of coriander, mint leaves and curds. . Lemon juice is added to give a nice colour to this chutney. . This can be used for serving with any tikkis. . . .
Two common ingredients, brought together with other complementary ingredients, create magic in this recipe!
Coconut chutney, is the most popular chutney in south indain cyisine. . . It is the most common accompaniment with idlis, uttapas, dosas, etc. . . . Easy and quick to make. . .
Green chutney, a best accompaniment to almost all indian starters. . . It can also be used for making sandwiches.
This chutney is used to make mysore sada dosa. A thin layer is spread on the inside of the dosa. It taste great and is a good variation to regular dosas.
Here's a low cal version of mayonnaise that will surely pacify health conscious people who always feel let down as they have to curb the intake of mayonnaise in continental dishes. This recipes reduces the calories almost to half as compared to our regular mayonnaise. I've used unusual ingredients l ....
Like most South Indian recipes, this is a hot and spicy tomato and onion chutney. Perk up your meal with this chutney. Purée this to make a smooth chutney and enjoy the contrasting flavours.
If you want to make Mexican food at home, then you need to surely make some Sour Cream first, because it is so commonly used as a dressing for dishes like burritos, nachos and quesadillas. It is also a great addition to salads, whether you mix it in, or add more stuff to use as a dressing. The best ....
When peanuts and fresh curds do a tango on stage, what you get is a spicy, crunchy and tangy accompaniment that goes well with Sabudana Khichdi and Sabudana Vadas. The best part is that this Peanut Curd Chutney involves zero cooking time! Just pop everything into the blender, whir, and it’s ready! D ....
A pungent chutney of garlic, spiced up with chilli powder and pepped up with lemon juice. Lehsun ki Chutney combines wonderfully with plain and simple dishes like Bajra Rotla. It can also be used to perk up sandwiches, pav bread, and other savoury snacks.
A unique combination of perky coriander and pungent garlic, made into a chutney that urges you to lick your fingers! The lemon juice adds a pleasant tang to the Coriander Garlic Chutney, while the roasted chana dal helps balance the flavours and thickens the chutney as well.
A powerful combination of pungent garlic and nutty dried coconut, perked up with a generous dose of chilli powder, the Dry Garlic Chutney is a flavourful albeit strong value-add to many snacks and chaats, especially Vada Pav. For a change, you could try sprinkling some on an open sandwich too!
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