This collection of Tomato Coriander and Sambar Chutneys are amazing to dunk your dosa or uttapam into. In fact, you can dip any kind of bread in these tasty chutneys from South India. I have promised myself that I shall visit this beautiful place where they invented this amazing food.
Chutneys are a great accompaniment to many meals, and if you make them yourself you can add some spice to it, and so they can be as hot or as mild as you like. Here I have made a nice selection of Tomato Coriander and Sambar Chutneys – they are not at all difficult to make, and as you can see, you can add apple to the mint or even green peppers. It’s really up to you what you add to your chutneys – you can have fun creating some that are quite unique!
Lately, I have found myself making all different types of chutneys, but these three are still my favourites. What I like about this kind of food is that they are good for you and you don’t get full up and uncomfortable after you have eaten. I love dosa and Uttapam – and we must not forget Idli – that one completely gorgeous dish. Someone once said to me that Indian food is good for you and the spices are health-giving too. Well I always love to have plenty of spices often -I am sure they are a friendly food.
For those who have not yet had the pleasure to eat this wonderful South Indian food – what are you waiting for?
Let’s see how easy it is to make these lovely chutneys: