Ginger chutney in tamil recipes

Onion Chutney ( Vengaya chutney)

Onion Chutney ( Vengaya chutney)

Its a very authentic tamil recipe and is being cooked in most south indian homes.  Ingredients. Onion chutney goes very well with idlis,dosas and also with chapathis
Kara Chutney Recipe – Hotel Style Kara Chutney For Idli,Dosa

Kara Chutney Recipe – Hotel Style Kara Chutney For Idli,Dosa

There are many versions for the kara chutney prepared inTamil nadu hotels. Whenever we visit restaurant for breakfast or dinner, myself and my dad ask for more servings of kara chutney (Spicy chutneyin English) than coconut chutney and green chutney even though it tastes too spicy
Coconut Chutney

Coconut Chutney

Ginger. South Indian,Tamil Nadu recipes. Pour the seasoning mixture over the chutney. Cuisine. Coconut Chutney is a perfect accompaniment with Dosas, Idlis or Vadas
Radish Chutney – Mullangi Chutney Recipe

Radish Chutney – Mullangi Chutney Recipe

Add the grated radish, ginger and saute till it gets cooked and reduces in volume. Until then I have never thought of making a chutney with Radish ( Mullangi inTamil, Mooli inHindi)

Brinjal Tomato Chutney

Peel & cut the ginger piece, Cut tomato like cubes. Brinjal is also called Vankaya in telugu, egg plant in english, bainganinHindi and kattirikai intamil
Onion Garlic Chutney

Onion Garlic Chutney

My friend was using grated ginger along with onions. South Indian,Tamil Nadu recipes. You might be wondering when the onion chutney looks like tomato chutney
Easy Carrot Tomato Chutney

Easy Carrot Tomato Chutney

Ginger - A Small Piece. I have shared this Carrot Tomato Chutney Recipe in Aval Vikatan Kitchen (Tamil Monthly Magazine) along with few other chutney varieties in last April Edition
20 Popular South Indian Recipes

20 Popular South Indian Recipes

Ginger-Garlic paste. Rice, vegetables and lentils form the base of South Indiancuisine and these ingredients are used in various forms – rice dishes, curries, dal, Rasam and chutney
Oats Upma

Oats Upma

Adjust salt and serve hot as is or with any chutney/chai/tea. After days of waiting, one fine day, Tamil settled for a deal to try them for breakfast as a porridge with buttermilk & salt