Tagged: Condiments

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Ridge Gourd Pickle

This is a common South Indian Side Dish. Each region has many variations of this chutney. This chutney tastes delicious with hot steamed rice. It can be served with Rotis or Dosas.   Ingredients:...

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Pickled Mustard Greens

I like to pickle vegetables with brine. Pickling in vinegar is easy, but not as healthy as lacto-fermentation or natural fermentation with brine. We all know that mustard greens rank high on the list...

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Bottle Gourd Relish

This spicy, versatile relish is made with all natural ingredients, can be eaten as it is or used as condiment or garnish. This is called ‘Sorakaya pacchadi’ in my mother tongue.   Ingredients:  ...

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Broccoli Chutney

I created this chutney to make best use of cruciferous vegetables like Broccoli. Make this chutney for a change instead of routine coconut or peanut chutney for Idly and Dosa. This chutney goes well...

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Carrot Chutney

Make this nutrient-rich, colorful chutney for a change instead of routine coconut or peanut chutney for Idly and Dosa. This chutney goes well with sandwiches too.   Ingredients: Carrots, peeled and diced, 1 cup...

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Sesame Chilly Powder

1 ½ cup of Sesame seeds 1 tsp of cumin seeds ¼ cup of urad dal ¼ cup of chenna dal ¼ cup coriander seeds 10 red chillies Celtic Salt to your taste approximately...

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Rasam Powder

Rasam is south Indian spicy tomato soup. This powder is the main ingredient for Rasam. I make this once every 2-3 months. Do not make it more than what you need for two months,...

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Cashew butter

Take a look at the most easy recipe of preparing Cashew Butter at home.  Take 1½ cup of raw unsoaked cashew nuts and process in food processor on high speed to turn into cashew...

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Cajun Seasoning

Cajun Seasoning is very good taste enhancer, useful and one of the few seasoning I recommend if you like to make your own seasoning, just to have it fresh with no preservatives and you...