Tangy and spicy "Kacche Aam Ki Teekhi Chutney" is wonderful condiment that enhances the flavors of simple dal and rice, or rotis and parathas. Its easy to make and famous in almost every Indian household since ages.
Homemade Raw Mango Jam or Kacche Aam Ka Jam is an amazing and easy to make bread spread. It is healthier as compared to the ones available in market because it is free from preservatives. It can be prepared easily at home and store in refrigerators for prolonged usage.
An ancient recipe that is loved by peopl of all ages is the Aam Ka Meetha Achaar. Eat it with paratha or poori, or even a plain chapati it is sure to remind you of your childhood vacations at your granny's house.
Beetroot is widely known for its high nutritional content. Therefore using this ingredient in the form of raita is an extremely healthy and tasty way of incorporating it in our regular diet.
A simple and healthy moong sprouts raita makes a good side dish with parathas, pulao, rotis, etc. Its very simple to make and yet extremely healthy with the protein rich sprouts and calcium rich curd.
Since ancient times, people have been using Flax seeds in roasted and grinded powder form in chutney, laddu, parathas, salads, raita, or oats meal.
Indian Gooseberry or the Amla is widely known for its abundant medicinal benefits and its property to provide immunity against diseases. Amla jam goes well with bread, rusks, roti, poori, parathas etc and can be incorporated easily in a regular meals.
Flax seeds also known as Linseeds or Alasi or Teesi. This tiny seed is packed with micronutrients, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and healthy cholesterol that help fight several ailments such as, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, hot flashes.
Apple and Pomegranate Raita is a simple, healthy and very tasty dish that goes well hand in hand with pulao and biryani.
Mooli ka achaar is a very easy and quick pickle recipe. It is prepared in 1 day and can be preserved for over a long period of time.
Lehsun Ke Patte Ka Achaar is an easy to make recipe. Its strong aroma and flavors make even the simplest kind of food very tasty.
Amla or the Indian Goosberry are the richest source of Vit C and also have high content of iron in them. Amla ka achaar is a spicy and tangy recipe for those who do not like have it raw.
Lal Mirch ka Achaar is a very popular pickle in Northern India. Lal mirch ka achaar serve as a spicy treat when served with hot parathas or pooris.
Hari mirch ka mixed achaar is an excellent condiment for stuffed parathas, pooris, and khichdi.
Peanuts or Moongfali ki Chutney is a good substitute for Naariyal ki Chutney and it goes well with Idli, Dosa and other South Indian cuisines.
An important dish of the Bihari cuisine is Ol ki Chutney. This dish is loaded with fibres and is prepared in winters. It can be stored in refrigerator and eaten with poori, parathas and roti.
Tamatar ki meethi chutney is sweet condiment relished with stuffed parathas and kachoris. People of all ages love this chutney.
Mint or Pudhina chutney is a delicious spicy condiment prepared from mint leaves and served usually as a side dish with kebabs, tikkas, parathas, kachori, aloo tikki chaat, idli and dosas.
Imli gud ki chutney is a sweet and sour delicious must have condiment with many Indian snacks like pakoras, samosa and kachoris and Indian street foods like aloo tikki chaat, bhel puri and dahi bhalle.
A quick and easy dish to spice up your simple lunch in summers. It can be served with dal and rice or enjoyed with plain pooris or parathas.
Chhuhara Ki Chutney or Dry Dates Chutney is sweet and spicy chutney that has a perfect blend of flavors. This chutney goes well with hot pooris and parathas. It can also goes well with aloo tikki chaat and dahi bhalla.