Asparagus is one of my favorite spring vegetables. This bright green veggie not only has a wonderful aroma, it is also packed with vitamins and minerals necessary for a healthy body! Two of my all time favorite recipes with asparagus … Continue reading Asparagus Chutney
Udupi cuisine has a variety of rasams, thambulis(yogurt based) and chutneys. Among all the side dishes, my favorite would be hot rice, tangy chutneys along with papads/sendage. We make a variety of chutneys with different veggies – brinjal, carrot, green mango, … Continue reading Chayote Squash Chutney
Chutneys are a popular accompaniment with quite a few Indian dishes. Be it the dosas or idlis or samosas or pakodas – a chutney will always enhance the flavor of the main dish 🙂 South Indian chutneys are mostly prepared with fresh … Continue reading Sweet Corn Chutney
Raw Mango recipes are always a treat to the palate. If you are one among those who love tangy and tart flavour of raw mangoes, I am sure you will end up making this chutney way too often. Mango … Continue reading Raw Mango Chutney
If you are looking for something different from the regular, then below is the recipe that you will definitely enjoy. Next up on Food-filment’s Chutney series is the Peanut – Onion chutney 🙂 This simple and quick chutney is a great … Continue reading Peanut – Onion Chutney
Up next on the Chutney series is a recipe that I learnt from my mom. This is my go to recipe when I run out of veggies to make any side dish for chapathis / rotis. Toor Dal Chutney – Yes, … Continue reading Toor Dal Chutney / Togari Chutney
In most south Indian households, dosas and idlis rule the breakfast menu. Fluffy idlis and ghee rich dosas are enjoyed the most when accompanied with a nice spicy chutney. Chutneys are an integral part of every south Indian breakfast. The common … Continue reading Coconut-Coriander Chutney
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