This chutney is now one of my favourite accompaniments idlis, dosas and vadas. I’ve grown up eating only the regular coconut chutney, but my time in Bangalore has allowed me to explore and love many more chutney options, like this tomato one!Continue reading “Easy Tomato Chutney”
This is the easiest, most yum chutney you will find! Takes 5 minutes to put together and is going to have you licking your fingers!Continue reading “Coriander Chutney”
One of the staples of South indian cuisine is a good coconut chutney. No matter where you are in the country (or the world), coconut chutney is always available at a place that serves south indian food. Growing up, I always had the classic version but as I tried new restaurants, ate at friends’ houses, traveled to new cities, I realized there were many ways to jazz this simple chutney up. One such being this recipe, amping up the flavour with the addition of curry leaves!Continue reading “Curry leaf chutney”
Just by its name, it sounds worth trying, right? 🙂
My initial exposure to middle eastern food was hummus and pita, then tzatziki and falafel. That was it for many years. Then I slowly started discovering the meats, wraps, couscous, babaganoush and other gorgeous food. The love has just been growing since!
Babaganoush not only sounds delightful but tastes amazing as well. A great dip to have with your mezze platter.