6 Spicy Chutneys That Will Impress You To No End 2022

  • Sushmita Sengupta
  • December 06, 2021

There is something about a good chutney that makes us forget all our dining etiquettes and lick the plate clean. A chutney, for the unversed is an Indian relish, condiment or side dish that can be made with a number of herbs, spices, veggie and even fruits. It could be of any flavour, but if you are particularly looking for the hot and spicy ones. You have arrived at the right place. Here, we have collated some of our most favourite spicy chutneys. Have a look 

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Dry Ginger Chutney

4.6
15 Ratings
Dry Ginger Chutney :

Looks like powder, tastes like fire, this chutney is best enjoyed when sprinkled upon vada pav, chaat, tikki and cutlets. 

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Momo Chutney

4.6
21 Ratings
Momo Chutney :

The spicy, yet flavourful chutney is amde with heaps and red chillies and garlic. A must have with momos of all kinds. 

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Spicy Garlic Chutney

4.2
25 Ratings
Spicy Garlic Chutney :

This fiery South Indian chutney celebrates the pungency of garlic than mellowing it down. Goes best with idli, dosa, roti and even a slice of bread. 

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Chettinad Kaara Chutney

5.0
23 Ratings
Chettinad Kaara Chutney :

Another red, hot chutney from South India. The Chettinad cuisine, as a whole, is known for its spiciness and this chutney lives up the glory.

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Green Chilli Chutney

3.6
28 Ratings
Green Chilli Chutney :

In addition to the hotness, we also love a slight tangy sharpness to the chutney. Made with green chillies, this chutney is bold, spicy yet irresistible. 

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Spicy Chutney Podi

4.1
30 Ratings
Spicy Chutney Podi :

Served as an accompaniment in a typical South Indian fare, this chutney also looks more like powder, and when you have it with ghee, you may forget the sambhar on the side. 

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