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How To Make A Chutney?

Discussion in 'Food & Drinks' started by Kate Collins, Oct 5, 2020.

  1. Kate Collins

    Kate Collins New Member

    I wanted to make a variety of chutney, like 2-3 to start with. Any suggestions of what chutneys to try? What are your favorites?

    Bear with me, I am just a newbie to indian cuisine. Thanks guys.

  2. Deven

    Deven Member

    The two main chutneys that I have had or are commonly used in Indian cuisines are mint chutney and sweet taramind chutney. There are others that I am not too familiar with, but it would also depend on what food or dish you are having your chutney with.

  3. Kate Collins

    Kate Collins New Member

    @Deven thanks for sharing. What food do you pair with mint chutney and the tamarind one? In making a chutney, is there a base ingredient? Thank you.
  4. Deven

    Deven Member

    Mint chutney is paired with snacks veg and no veg, such as pakora's, chicken tikka, paneer tikka, aloo tikki, samosa, kebabs, etc.

    Taramind chutney is usually served with veg snacks like pakora, samosa, and ontop of aloo tikki chaats.

    No there isn't really a base ingredient. People have different versions of mint chutney, whereas tarmind chutney is usually made in one way.