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Pudina Chutney without Coconut

pudina chutney

Mint chutney or Pudina chutney is a regular at most of the South Indian homes. It tastes best with idlis, dosa and even sandwiches. Mint leaves have lots of medicinal properties and its beneficial to add the leaves in our daily diet. Its good for the skin and for digestion. This herb is very aromatic and adds a distinct flavor to the dish. There are more than one way, one can make a chutney from the mint leaves and this chutney is just one version of it. This Pudina chutney without coconut tastes equally good as that with coconut.

Aloo Methi Paratha

aloo methi paratha

Tired of serving the same boring chapathis or rotis? Here’s a delicious and tasty way to serve chapathis to your kids along with potatoes. Yes, the aloo paratha, but this aloo paratha is much more healthier as it is also loaded with the goodness of fresh methi. This is a very easy and a simple way to include methi in your kids regular diet and that too without them knowing it. Sounds great isn’t it? Yes, go ahead and try this… These Aloo Methi Parathas can be packed for lunch too with their favourite ketchup.

Coconut Chutney

coconut chutney

So easy and simple – this Coconut Chutney finds its place everyday in a South Indian’s menu may it be breakfast or dinner. Idlis and Dosas will never be served in South India without this tasty coconut chutney. Coconut Chutneys are not only served with Idlis and Dosas, but also with pongal and ravabath depending on the individual’s taste and preference.

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