Tomato To Mint: 5 Summer Special Chutneys To Make At Home

Indians and their love for condiments knows no limit. Be it a simple breakfast or a fancy main course meal, condiments go well with everything. From a very basic nimbu ka aachar to pineapple raita to mint coriander chutney, the list of condiments, that we Indians love eating, is quite long and appealing. And when we are talking about the most loved condiments, chutneys have to be there. If you love chutneys too, you have come to the right place.  

Earlier the chutneys were made using traditional ‘silbatta’ but now, mixer grinders have taken the lead. Let us agree that mixer grinders have made out lives so much easier. Especially when it comes to making chutneys, grinders could be a saviour. So, let us talk about special summer chutneys that you can easily make at home. Are you ready?? 

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Mango Coconut Chutney 

Tis the season of mangoes and it would be unethical to not have mangoes in every single dish we have. Chutney is no exception. To make this classic and tasty chutney, you need some mangoes, grated coconut, coconut oil, chilies and spices. It is easy to make and delicious.  

Tomato Chutney 

Be it idli, dosa, vada, chapati, paratha or even rice, this chutney goes well with everything. Made up of chopped tomatoes and a plethora of spices, this tomato chutney is not just summer special but goes perfect in every season. 

Pineapple Pachadi 

Also known as pineapple chutney, this famous delight is a part of Onam festivity in Kerala. Made with fresh pineapples, this chutney is sweet, sour and chunky in every single bite. The spice content in this chutney could easily be changed accordingly. 

Karonda Chutney 

When it is summer, it is totally fair to enjoy the delicious karonda chutney. This chutney is quite popular in North India and could be served with pakodas, kachoris and what not? It is easy to make and is tangy and delicious. 

Elephant Apple Chutney 

Elephant apple is quite a famous fruit used in making curries in Eastern part of India. One can make so many dishes using elephant apple chutney, but chutney is unarguably the best. With adding ‘Paanch Phoran’ masala, this chutney tastes delicious.  

How many chutneys have you tried? Do let us know!