Different Types of Indian Chutney

Food from India is really great. From delicious spices to tasty sauces, there is a lot to choose from. If you want to try making some for yourself, this site features some great recipes including one for Savory Indian Tomato Chutney.

Once you have tried this, there are lots of other types of chutney to try, such as the popular Apple Raisin Chutney. So if you are stuck for something to do at home, having played online game and watched television to your heart’s content, why not have a go at making this great meal accompaniment.

This type of chutney is especially great to have with vegetarian meals like spicy tofu or Indian flatbreads. It’s best if you can make this with organic ingredients as these will give the best taste and be healthier for you.

Types of Indian ChutneyThe recipe usually calls for about four cups of organic apples, which have been peeled and chopped finely. You will also need organic raisins and things like sugar, ground ginger, vinegar, onions, garlic, mustard seeds, lemon juice and ground cloves. This is just a guide, as many recipes vary. However, you could always adapt the recipe to your own taste as well.

Another popular type of Indian Chutney is mango chutney. For this, you will need mangoes, raisins, sugar, vinegar, ginger, garlic and salt. Many chutneys are similar in their basic ingredients, simply differing in their main flavours.

If you want to try something a little unusual, then a really interesting option is coconut chutney. This is a great accompaniment to idlis, which is a form of South Indian steamed rice cakes, or dosas and uttapams, which are rice pancakes.

Whichever flavours you prefer, there should be something to suit your taste. There are so many different flavourful options when it comes to Indian chutneys, and as you get to learn about which one is best with specific dishes, you will perhaps even be able to come up with your own.