Indian Chutneys You Can Make In A Blender
Image Credit: Glen Active Blender is very easy to use

When we talk about Indian meals, chutneys are really a major part of the discussion. Chutneys are not just condiments to accompany your meals. They are perfectly capable of elevating the ordinary to the extraordinary. Slather a dollop of coriander and lime chutney on your sandwich, and suddenly, a mundane breakfast becomes a fiesta of flavours. A mango chutney can make your regular dal-chawal interesting and a nice coconut chutney can surely add a lot to plain idli.

Most of these chutneys are very easy to make at home, with basic ingredients a powerful blender that can mix all of the different things used in the chutneys. Getting the combination right is very important in Indian chutneys and the Glen Active blender-grinder, a versatile device, will be the mode to orchestrate these combinations with precision. Here are 5 chutneys you can easily make at home with the blender.

Mint and Coriander Chutney

The vibrant green hues of this chutney perfectly match its refreshing flavour. Blend together a handful of fresh mint leaves, a bunch of coriander leaves, green chillies for a kick of heat, a small piece of ginger, a squeeze of lemon juice, and a pinch of salt. The result is a zesty and aromatic chutney that pairs beautifully with samosas, pakoras, or even as a spread for sandwiches. Its cool, tangy taste will add a burst of freshness to any dish.

Tomato And Garlic Chutney

In this chutney, juicy tomatoes and pungent garlic take centre stage. Blend together ripe tomatoes, garlic cloves, a sprinkle of chilli powder, cumin seeds, salt, and a dash of vinegar for tanginess. The resulting chutney is a delightful balance of sweet and savoury, with a hint of spice. This versatile chutney is perfect as a dip for snacks, a spread on toast, or a flavourful accompaniment to grilled meats and vegetables.

Coconut Chutney

Coconut chutney is best enjoyed with idli | Unsplash


Creamy and dreamy, coconut chutney is a staple in South Indian cuisine. Blend together fresh grated coconut, roasted chana dal, green chillies, ginger, a dash of tamarind juice, and a pinch of salt. The result is a smooth, velvety chutney with a hint of tanginess. Its mild, nutty flavour complements dosas, idlis, and vadas, bringing a delightful touch of sweetness to the plate.

Mango Ginger Chutney

This chutney combines the tropical sweetness of mangoes with the warm, earthy flavour of ginger. Blend together ripe mangoes, fresh ginger, green chillies, a squeeze of lime juice, and a pinch of salt. The resulting chutney is the perfect balance of fruity sweetness and fiery warmth. It pairs beautifully with Indian breads like paratha, poori and rice dishes.

Peanut Chutney

For a nutty twist, blend together roasted peanuts, coconut, green chillies, garlic cloves, tamarind pulp, and a pinch of salt. The outcome is a rich and creamy chutney with a delightful crunch from the peanuts. Its complex flavours create a mouthwatering combination of nuttiness, tanginess, and spiciness. Enjoy it as a dip for dosas, idlis, or as a sauce for stir-fries, adding a delightful depth of flavour to your meal.

These delicious chutneys are very easy to make, take a few minutes and are a great addition to your food. Glen grinder with 3 interchangeable jars, some simple ingredients and some yummy combinations – that is all you need to light up your regular meal.