Chutney, Dips & more

If you are looking for something sweet, tangy, and spicy at the same time that bursts with flavours, then the answer is chutney. In India, chutneys are an integral part of the cuisine. In South India, chutneys are more of accompaniments in breakfast. While in Bengal, chutney is more like a palate cleanser, eaten after the main course but before desserts. Irrespective of how and when it is eaten, most of our street food is incomplete without it. There are so many variety and variations in chutneys that if I make one per day, I will take years to repeat them.


Fermented foods have a long history and are a part of many cultures from thousands of years. They not only have numerous health benefits but are also a good way of storing vegetables. Pickles are the best example of fermented foods. In India, we make pickles with lemon, raw mango […]

Sauerkraut


  Pineapple gojju is a sweet-spicy-tangy Karnataka dish similar to a curry. A ‘gojju’ a slightly thick curry which can be made with different vegetables like okra, bitter gourd, raw mango, but the best-tasting gojju is made with pineapples. It is a traditional dish that is a part of festivals […]

Pineapple Gojju (Pineapple Curry)





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Some days are day-after-cooking-ridge gourd-day at our home! To be honest, ridge gourd peel excites me more than the ridge gourd itself. Ridge gourd has numerous health benefits like anti inflammatory, prevents eye ailments, reduces arthritis to name a few. And the most nutritious part is the skin. When my […]

Ridge gourd peel chutney (Heerekayi Sippe Chutney)