Royal Chutney Recipes

Chutneys form an integral part and parcel of any Indian meal; cutting across most Indian states and cultures in India. There are also specific Chutneys for some traditional and popular snacks all over India.

Most Chutneys are simple to make and not very time consuming. They are prepared from a wide range of spices, fruits, vegetables and herbs; ranging from the common ones to rare ones.

In this section is a compilation of a list of various Fast-Food, Maharashtrian, North India, South Indian, and Gujarati Chutneys which I have prepared. These Royal Chutneys will make your meal or snack that much tastier.

For seeing many more Chutney preparations of all kinds, please see the category on – Chutney Recipes

Recipe for Peanut Chutney
Recipe for Til [Sesame] Chutney
Recipe for Til [Sesame] Chutney – 2
Recipe for Chutney for Batata Vada
Recipe for Mutter Chutney (Green Peas Chutney)
Recipe for Red Raw Mango Chutney
Recipe for Green Raw Mango Chutney.
Recipe for Onion Raw Mango Chutney
Recipe for Jhatpat (quick) Chutney
Recipe for Pudina[mint] Chutney
Recipe for Pudina [Mint leaves] Chutney – 2
Recipe for Red Chutney
Recipe for potato Chutney
Recipe for Potato Chutney – 2
Recipe for Lettuce [Salad Patta] Chutney
Recipe for Coconut Chutney
Recipe for Lemon Chutney
Recipe for Carrot Chutney
Recipe for Raw Tomatoes Chutney
Recipe for Dry Chutney for Idli Dosa
Recipe for Green Peas Chutney
Recipe for Lasan [Garlic] Chutney
Recipe for Mixed Vegetable Chutney
Recipe for Tomato-Apple Chutney
Recipe for Kandyachi Chutney
Recipe for Methkoot

By Sujata Nerurkar

I am an Expert Indian Chef, Food Columnist and Adviser. I write on food and recipes on my site and conduct cooking, candle making, chocolate making, dry cleaning, decoration and other art classes. The recipes and food themes given by me are unique and original and appear regularly in numerous reputed periodicals, newspapers and magazines.

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