Dry Curry Leaves Chutney
Curry leaves (Murraya koenigi - Known as Kariveppilai in Tamil, Kadi patta in hindi, Karivepaku in Telugu) has irreplaceable place in South-Indian cooking.
It is a must have for everyday cooking in our households. Its consumptions in your food works as an antioxidant, helps digestion, helps reduce diabetes, rich in iron etc
Dry Dhaniya / Coriander Leaves Chutney
Coriander seeds chutney is an everyday chutney that can be put together in minutes for breakfast or dinner. Coriander is also called as Dhania or "dhanya" which literally translates into rich or wealthy.
Coriander is known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-fungal properties. This is a very easy chutney to make and here is how to make it.
Dry Karela / Bitter Gourd Chutney
Bitter Gourd is a Vegetable that leave a bitter taste in our mouth. The Dry Bitter Gourd Chutney brings in a great taste and mouth-watering experience.
Bitter Gourd is high in vitamins A and C and other nutrients. Also helps reduce blood sugar. Help to reduce cholesterol levels. Bitter Gourd improves our immune system and respiratory health
Dry Methi / Fenugreek Chutney
Methi is a spice in India that goes with many traditional dishes. The Dry Methi Chutney makes it great for consumption with many dishes Regular consumption of fenugreek seeds helps in lowering total cholesterol, LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglyceride levels in the blood while increasing beneficial HDL cholesterol levels.
Peanut chutney powder
Peanut chutney powder, also known as Shenga chutney pudi, is an easy and healthy North Karnataka side dish recipe prepared using roasted peanuts (groundnuts), red chili powder, curry leaves, garlic and salt.
Peanuts are a good source of folate, zinc, and potassium and an excellent source of fiber, magnesium, phosphorus, and niacin etc.