As we already know South Indian dishes are very popular all around the world. But the main thing which enhances the actual taste of those popular south Indian dishes are the delicious and spicy chutneys which are served with those popular dishes.
Chutney is a flavorful, tasty, spice delight which accompanies the idli, dosa, etc. The good thing is chutneys are of different types and are made with different ingredients.
Since South Indian dishes are very popular in Bracknell, so all these varieties of chutneys are also popular in Bracknell and these are included in Bracknell Foods list. Many family restaurants in Bracknell which are especially popular for authentic Indian food in Bracknell also serve these various types of chutneys with South Indian dishes.
So let’s know about different types of Chutneys served with South Indian dishes:
It is a popular recipe which often accompanies south Indian breakfast like idli, dosa, pesarattu, pongal.
It is the common chutney which generally accompanies south Indian breakfast; it is also served with snacks like pakora, vada, sandwiches, etc.
It is delicious chutney with a hot and sour taste with little hints of sweetness. It is a quick recipe which is commonly served with idli, pesarattu, dosa.
It is commonly made with Peanut or Groundnut. It is generally served with idli, dosa, uttapam, etc.
It is a popular flavorful chutney which is made with mint. It is commonly served with samosa, pakora, sandwiches.
It is a very healthy delight which is served with rice, dosa, pongal, paratha or phulka.
Green Chilli Chutney
It is hot and spicy chutney which is made using green chilies.