South Indian cuisine is incomplete without its chutneys. Find out the recipe below to make this tomato-peanut chutney.
Do you wonder how south Indian restaurants serve different types of chutneys with their meals? It is because south Indian food tastes excellent with chutneys, whether it is mint or coconut. Today with this article, we are here to unroll the recipe of two authentic and unique flavoured chutneys. Here is the recipe for it.
Peanut or groundnut chutney is an excellent substitute for coconut chutney. It’s delicious, quick and ready in less than 10 minutes. The peanut chutney is thick, nutty, creamy, and you can serve it with classic south Indian dosa, idli, or vada.
Ingredients you need for peanut chutney:
Serve with dosa or any south Indian cuisine.
Tomato chutney is a tasty and tangy south Indian chutney made from tomatoes, onion, and spices. The chutney in South India is also known as ‘thakkali chutney’. You can have this chutney as achar (pickle). It's easy to make with essential kitchen ingredients.
Ingredients you need for tomato chutney:
Enjoy south Indian-style tomato chutney with parathas, pakoras, dosa, or idli.