Category: Sides (Breads, Rice, More!)

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Pudina Chutney – Mint Chutney

Share3Pin8TweetYumStumble+111 Shares A versatile Pudina Chutney – Mint Chutney which accompanies nearly all the Indian savory dishes. A very flavorful and tasty Indian dip prepared by combining mint and cilantro along with Indian spices. This chutney goes very well with Alu bondas, chaats and Indian...

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Tomato-Cilantro Chutney

Share2Pin5TweetYumStumble+17 Shares Fingerling spicy and tangy tomato cilantro chutney. A great Tomato relish. Have some fresh tomatoes in refrigerator – prepare this easy chutney. Can be used in sandwiches, with rice, paranthas or as an accompaniment to Indian street food. A combination of cilantro along...

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Cucumber and Mint Raita

Share1Pin41TweetYumStumble+142 Shares A really quick and easy cucumber mint dip which takes minutes to prepare. Cucumber and mint raita is a yogurt based Indian dip that can be prepared with ingredients right from your refrigerator. Whether be breakfast, lunch or dinner this refreshing side dish blends well with any...

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Sweet Corn Soup

Share9Pin373TweetYumStumble1+147430 Shares Hearty sweet corn vegetable soup is a healthy and delicious way to warm up on a cold wintry evening!! The crisp bite of salted crackers and a bowl of hot sweet corn soup has always been my favorite. This soup is so easy to put together,...

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Tamarind and Date Chutney

Share5Pin54TweetYumStumble+159 SharesA sweet and tangy chutney prepared with tamarind, dates and jaggery. Also referred to as Khajoor-Imli Ki Chutney or saunth chutney. A side chutney or dip for samosa’s or any fried savory snack. Drizzle this yummy tamarind and date chutney over your chaat or dahi bhallas and...

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Coriander Chutney

Share2Pin50TweetYum1Stumble+1154 Shares A blend of coriander (cilantro) leaves, yogurt and spices is a perfect accompaniment to many Indian savory dishes. Whether be samosas, pakodas, kebabs, or chaats, this chutney comes in handy. It a very versatile and flavorful accompaniment. If I need something on the side...

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Boondi Raita

SharePin2TweetYumStumble+12 Shares Today’s recipe is a great accompaniment to any Indian meal. It can be enjoyed at any time of the day, whether be breakfast, lunch or dinner. Boondi comes from the word ‘boond’ that means drop, therefore boondi refers to small drops/balls of fried chickpea...