Chutney is a condiment or side sauce, commonly served with Indian cuisine. They are often made from fruits, vegetables, herbs, sugar and vinegar and add a unique intensity and flavor contrast to any meal. They can be sweet, salty, spicy or sour and are extremely versatile. They can instantly elevate any dish and make it look fabulous. Chutney goes well with curries, samosas and sandwiches. Having some of these basic chutney recipes on hand will change your life!
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1. Momo: South Asian dumplings with apple chutney
Source: Momo: South Asian dumplings with apple chutney
Momos are a type of dumpling that originated in South Asian countries like Nepal and Tibet. Similar to Japanese gyoza, they are traditionally filled with a mixture of meat and vegetables, but this version of Momo: South Asian dumplings with apple chutney by Valentina Chiappa replace the meat with hearty beluga lentils, cabbage and other vegetables. If you prefer crispy dumplings, try frying them in a pan after steaming them and serving them with the spiced apple chutney!
2. Spicy plum and apple chutney
Source: Spiced Plum Apple Chutney
Not sure what to do with all the apples lying around your house? Here’s an idea: make it deliciously tasty Spicy plum and apple chutney by Rachel Clarke! It has the sweetness of plums and apple, the spiciness of cinnamon, cumin and ginger, and the perfect savory touch of garlic, onion and a little salt. This chutney brightens up any dish, is delicious on a piece of roasted seitan and instantly elevates sandwiches.
3. Tandoori Chickpea Burgers with Mint Yogurt, Mango Chutney, and Spicy Coconut Crunch
Source: Tandoori Chickpea Burgers with Mint Yogurt, Mango Chutney, and Spicy Coconut Crunch
these Tandoori Chickpea Burgers with Mint Yogurt, Mango Chutney, and Spicy Coconut Crunch by Anna Sue make the perfect meal!
4. Mushroom Walnut Bread with Balsamic Tomato Chutney
Source: Mushroom Walnut Bread with Balsamic Tomato Chutney
This Mushroom Walnut Bread with Balsamic Tomato Chutney is perfect when you’re looking for something to bring to a potluck or make for dinner. This meal from Ashley Smyczek is simple and the result is delicious and filling!
5. Sorakaya Thokku Pachadi (gourd chutney)
Source: Sorakaya Thokku Pachadi (gourd bark chutney)
Sorakaya Thokku Pachadi (gourd bark chutney) is a skin of gourd and ridge gourd (beerakaya) are often used to make chutneys. The peels are healthy with a healthy dose of vitamins and fiber. This pumpkin peel chutney is also super delicious and quite easy to make! Put this Pavani Nandula recipe on a dosa, rice porridge or whatever you want!
6. Green chickpea and avocado bhel, tamarind chutney and puffed black rice
Source: Bhel of green chickpeas and avocado, tamarind chutney and puffed black rice
This Green chickpea and avocado bhel, tamarind chutney and puffed black rice by BAAR BAAR makes a perfectly delicious appetizer or snack. Full of flavor, satisfying and simply delicious!
7. Mint and coriander chutney
Source: Mint and coriander chutney
This mint and coriander chutney is usually served with samosas and pakoras in Indian restaurants. It’s a savory sauce with a hint of acidity. This versatile recipe by Stephanie McKinnie can also be used on sandwiches, Indian potato dishes, basmati rice and more.
8. Rhubarb Chutney
Source: Rhubarb Chutney
Wow Wow Wow. This Rhubarb jam by Valentina Chiappa is full of flavor – it even has a little pep – and it goes with just about everything!
9. Cilantro chutney
Source: Cilantro Chutney
No matter how good your homemade meal is, adding fresh herbs will always make the most of it! A mixed herb sauce like this is so flavorful and clean. With lots of fresh coriander and the aromas of cumin seeds, you’ll instantly feel your dish has been enhanced with this Cilantro Chutney by Melanie Sorrentino.
10. Red Lentil Soup with Coconut Chutney
Source: Red Lentil Soup with Coconut Chutney
So much to love about it Red Lentil Soup with Coconut Chutney! This soup from The Living Kitchen, Tamara Green and Sarah Grossman is comforting when you’re feeling tired and packed with enough easy-to-digest protein to strengthen your body post-treatment.
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