This a microwave recipe, ready in just a little more than 5 minutes.
Peanut chutney powder is called Shenga Hindi in North Karnataka. You can sprinkle this powder on curries, rice or dosas.
This is a very tasty chutney, prepared in moments in the mixie. I've used lemon juice, coriander, green chilli, peanuts and ginger. Serve in raita, soups, with papad, rice, chapati, paronthi... It adds a kick to anything!
This a microwaved chutney that's ready in little more than 5 minutes. Yay!
Imli ki chatni with dates added for texture and sweetness. Great with a simple rice and dal dish.
This mango pineapple salsa goes very well as a dip for potato chips or on top of toast. As a side dishes, you can also use it with hearty meat platters.
Strawberries and mangoes come together to make a great snack for kids or anyone who wants a light, fresh, non-spicy treat. Serve with chips.
This basic recipe for the famous middle eastern snack, made with kabuli chane, is quick, easy and always delicious. And it's good for you too!