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Archive for the ‘Indian Chutney Recipes’ Category


Fresh Coconut Chutney

If you like coconut, you’re going to love this one. Fresh coconut chutney is popular in Southern India. It’s often served with idlis and dosas along with a hot sambar soup. It’s usually eaten by hand with the idlis or dosas being dipped into the chutney or the sambar. This is an easy recipe once […]

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Curry Leaf Vinaigrette Dressing

I once tried a curry leaf vinaigrette dressing that was served with tandoori fish at a local Indian restaurant. The recipe was a family secret so I wasn’t able to talk them into letting me have it. Oh well, at least the idea was there. I set out to figure out how to make it. […]

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Mint, Coriander & Mango Chutney

I’m usually quite good and identifying flavours but with this mint, coriander & Mango Chutney I was stumped. Hasan from Hasan’s Restaurant in Leeds served it to me with a selection of tandoori dishes. I got the coriander and mint right but what was that other familiar ingredient? The chutney was quite thick so I […]

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How To Make An Onion Chutney – BIR Style

You could leave the onions out of this onion chutney and still have a great dip. I have two British Indian restaurant style chutneys which I make often. This one actually uses the same sauce I use for my chicken patia. I learned how to make it from a friend at my local tandoori. He […]

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How To Make That Red Onion Chutney That Restaurants Serve With Papadams

This onion chutney has to be one of the most requested recipes on my site!   You know those sliced onions that are served in a red sauce with papadams before the meal at Indian restaurant? Well, they are a lot more popular than you may think. I get asked for this recipe all the […]

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How To Make My Favourite Green Chilli Chutney

A message to the reader. For those of you who watch the video of me making this recipe, you’ve got to chill! Yes I did double dip – a couple of times in fact! But it was so good and I was making it for my own family who know I have a very clean […]

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Brighten Up Your Meals With This Easy to Make Tomato Chutney

When you make this spicy tomato chutney, you’ll be so glad you did! Growing up in California, I tasted my share of delicious Mexican salsas. I love them. So when I went to the Curry Festival in Leeds last month I was surprised and delighted to find one of the Punjabi restaurant stalls serving their […]

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Low Fat Recipes – Roasted Sea Bass with Indian Coriander and Coconut Chutney

This is one of my favourite low fat recipes! Today I cooked a masterpiece for my wife and me. It was about 11.30 this morning and we were both feeling a bit peckish. I decided to go for a drive to the fishmonger to see what he had in stock and was delighted to find […]

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How to Make an Authentic Indian Green Chilli Chutney

  If you love spice…this green chilli chutney is for you!   I could go vegetarian eating this spicy, sweet green chilli chutney! It’s that good. This is not a recipe for those who don’t like heat as it packs a powerful punch. if you do decide to try this specialty from southern India, try […]

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3 Popular Indian Chutneys – Chutney Makes Good Food into Ourstanding Food

  If you love Indian chutney, you’ll love these! I would like to teach you three of my all time favourite Indian chutneys. The first is a unique and visually pleasing tamarind chutney. The Second is an incredibly easy coriander chutney that is packed with flavour. And then my quick and easy chilled onion chutney. […]

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