8 Types Of South Indian Chutneys One Needs To Try


Welcome to the world of South Indian chutneys! Get ready to tantalize your taste buds with these 8 must-try varieties.


First up, the classic coconut chutney. Made with grated coconut, green chilies, and tempered with mustard seeds and curry leaves.


Next, we have the fiery tomato chutney. A perfect blend of tangy tomatoes, red chilies, and garlic.


For a unique twist, try the peanut chutney. Roasted peanuts, tamarind, and spices come together to create a creamy and nutty dip.


Moving on to the spicy onion chutney. A perfect accompaniment to dosas and idlis, this chutney is made with onions, red chilies, and tamarind.


For a burst of flavor, try the mint chutney. Fresh mint leaves, coriander, and green chilies make this chutney a refreshing addition to any meal.


Don't miss out on the tangy and sweet mango chutney. Made with ripe mangoes, jaggery, and spices, this chutney is a must-try for all mango lovers.


For a unique and healthy option, try the carrot chutney. Grated carrots, coconut, and spices make this chutney a nutritious and delicious choice.


Last but not least, the versatile coriander chutney. Perfect for sandwiches, wraps, or as a dip, this chutney is made with coriander, green chilies, and yogurt.


There you have it, 8 types of South Indian chutneys that will take your meals to the next level. Which one will you try first? Happy dipping!