Shenga Hindi recipe | How to make peanut chutney powder | North Karnataka style Shenga chutney Pudi
Whenever people talk about North Karnataka food the first and foremost thing that comes to people’s mind is Jowar roti and peanut chutney powder or very famously know as Shenga Hindi/Shenga Chutney Pudi. This is a very popular chutney powder or chutney Pudi recipe in north Karnataka and is famously served along with Jowar roti. But that’s not it! This chutney powder is so versatile side dish that goes with almost anything! Like chapati, roti, rice, dosa & even with Uppit and it can be stored for a long time.
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Thecha Recipe – Mirchi Thecha – Hari Mirch ka Thecha – Green chili and Garlic Chutney
Like my other recipes, Today I am here with one more quickest, simple and tasty chutney called Mirchi Thecha. Hari Mirch ka Thecha is a regularly made chutney in my house. My mom makes Mirchi Thecha traditionally in mortar-pestle (Kootan/Masala Moosal) but we can also make this in a mixture grinder. This is the spiciest variety of Maharashtrian condiment which is also very famous across many states in India like UP, Rajasthan, and parts of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh etc. Continue reading “Thecha Recipe – Mirchi Thecha – Hari Mirch ka Thecha – Green chili and Garlic Chutney”
Pudina Chutney Recipe – Mint Chutney Recipe – Traditional Andhra Style Mint Pachadi
Andhra is known for its variety of mouth-watering chutneys. Commonly they eat these chutneys with rice but you can also eat with chapati’s or as a spread on a sandwich. I love these chutneys because of its tangy and spiciness.
In this pudina chutney recipe, I am using dried red chilies only for tempering and using green chilies to make chutney. Continue reading “Pudina Chutney Recipe – Mint Chutney Recipe – Andhra Style Mint Pachadi”
Green Chutney Recipe – Coriander Mint Chutney
Whenever you visit a restaurant with an appetizer most of the time they serve green chutney as a dip. You can also use this chutney as a spread for your sandwich or roll-ups and side for parathas. This is the simplest and quick chutney you can make with all the available ingredients in your kitchen. You can make green chutney in various ways like using only coriander or only mint you can alter this recipe according to your taste but I suggest making it the way I am making it and I am sure you will not regret 😛 Continue reading “Green Chutney Recipe – Coriander Mint Chutney”