Thursday, March 23, 2006

A Palette of Flavors - Chutneys

palette of chutneys

Chutneys: clockwise from bottom - tamarind , coconut , coriander, capsicum

Chutney - colorful, tangy, tasty, spicy, zesty, lip-smackingly delicious, yummmmm !!!

So many words to describe the ubiquitous, humble, earthy chutney!

The word "Chutney" has become synonymous with the Indian subcontinent and immediately conjures up images of scorching heat, dusty roads, noisy markets, fresh produce, spicy foods, savory smells, .. Oh, I could go on!!!

Chutneys have earned their place of honor in the English lexicon and it is not uncommon to find the word associated with any spicy/sweet condiment. Chutney is simply ingredients that are crushed and blended together into a thick sauce. Check out a description of chutney in wikipedia here.

Chutneys play a very important role in the Indian cuisine. They are the tried and trusted side dishes for various main courses. Some pairings of chutneys are legendary - idli-chutney, dosa-chutney - while others are not so common. But there is no dish that cannot be pepped up with the addition of a chutney or two.

Chutneys vary widely depending on the region in India. Chutneys in the south are often made with fresh coconut and green chillies where as chutneys from the north region are often made with coriander, onions and green chillies.

I love chutneys of all kinds and eat them with chappatis, puris (my favorite!), toast, buttered bread, crackers etc.

I often make a batch of chutneys to have on hand. My favorite, top-ranking chutneys are

  • Tamarind or Imli chutney
  • Red capsicum chutney
  • coriander chutney
  • Coconut chutney

The order is not how much I like them, but how long they keep.

Most of the ingredients needed for these 4 chutneys will be readily available in any well stocked pantry and kitchen:


chutney ingredients

chutney ingredients for all 4 types:
Clockwise from top left: brown sugar, curry leaves, red chillies, tamarind, fresh coriander, peanuts, grated fresh coconut, red capsicum, cumin/jeera, roasted chana dal(dalia), green chillies, black pepper, red chilli powder, lemon

Tamarind Chutney

Tart and sweet, this chutney can be used for bhels and other chats. It goes very well with green coriander chutney and can be served with all kinds of fried snacks like bajjis, pakodas even french fries :) . It keeps forever in the freezer. It gets a consistency like soft icecream and I just scoop it out and thaw it whenever I need some.

tamarind chutney

Tamarind, brown sugar, chilli powder, black pepper


  1. Soak the tamarind in hot water and extract the pulp.
  2. Take equal amounts of tamarind and sugar and heat in a non-reactive saucepan
  3. Simmer till quite thick. The consistency should be just a little runnier than that of ketchup
  4. Add salt, black pepper and chilli powder according to taste
  5. Cool and store in container
  6. This will stay for months in the freezer. Thaw as required.

Red Capsicum Chutney

With a brilliant orange hue, this chutney is lip smacking good. It is creamy like a mayonaise, but has almost no fat. Goes well with dosas. Spread it on dosas to make Mysore Masala Dosa. mmmmm...

If you take care to grind it without any water, it will stay fresh in the fridge for 1-2 weeks. If the blender absolutely will not grind it, add a tsp of oil to help loosen it up. We've packed this chutney in a bottle for a road trip and it kept beautifully.

red pepper chutney

red capsicum, cumin seeds, dried red chillies


  1. Seed and finely slice the red capsicums
  2. Heat one 1 tsp of oil in a frying pan
  3. Add the jeera and fry till it gets a golden brown and aromatic
  4. Add the dried red chillies and the sliced capsicum
  5. Fry well till the capsicums are cooked and all the water from them has evaporated. This is very important. If there is still a lot of water left, the chutney will not keep well.
  6. Cool and then grind to a velvety smooth paste without adding any water. Trust me, this will grind in a regular blender.
  7. Add salt to taste.

Coriander Chutney

The good old standby coriander chutney! Lots of uses for this chutney. Use it for bhels and chats and also for making wonderful sandwiches. Spread on bread with butter and then layer with cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions, and other veggies of choice for yummy bombay-style sandwiches.

corriander chutney

peanuts, coriander, cumin seeds, green chillies


  1. Grind all of the above and adjust salt to taste
  2. Squeeze a bit of lemon juice to retain color and give it a tang.
  3. This will stay fresh in the fridge for 2-3 days

Coconut Chutney

The "King of the South" - this chutney reigns supreme in all south indian kitchens. A perfect accompaniment to idlis, dosas, oothapams, upma, kozhakattai and other south indian breakfast dishes. This can be made with fresh or frozen grated coconut - dessicated coconut is not a good substitute!! . Sadly this chutney will spoil quickly and turn rancid the next day, if it lasts that long!!

coconut chutney

grated coconut, green chillies, roasted chana dal(dalia)


  1. Grind coconut, green chillies and roasted chana dal to a smooth paste.
  2. Add salt to taste.
  3. Heat 1 tsp oil in a small pan
  4. Add 1/4 tsp asafoetida, 1/2 tsp mustard seeds and a few curry leaves.
  5. When the mustard seeds pop, pour this mixture on top of the chutney.

This is the basic version of the chutney. There are umpteen variations. Some people add a bit of tamarind for a slight tang, others add a spoonful of yogurt. I've had this with red chillies instead of the green. Some add one or more of - ginger, garlic, coriander leaves, curry leaves while grinding.

There are no set rules for chutneys. You can let your creativity flow and come up with new combinations to make chutneys and new ways to use them.

That's the universal appeal of "Chutney"!!


At Thu Mar 23, 04:28:00 PM 2006, Blogger spicehut said...

What a pretty picture ! Lovely.

At Thu Mar 23, 04:47:00 PM 2006, Blogger Faffer said...

Lovely post and an ingenious display of ingredients!

At Thu Mar 23, 05:20:00 PM 2006, Blogger Vineela said...

Amazing Creativity.
Nice to see ur presentation.

At Thu Mar 23, 05:40:00 PM 2006, Blogger Kay said...

Saffron, What a beautiful palette of colorful chutneys!

I've been looking for a nice tamarind chutney for a long time. I found one, atlast. I love the fact that it freezes&thaws well. Btw, how long does the red capsicum chutney stay? It has a beautiful color.

At Thu Mar 23, 05:50:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Gini said...

SH..I have to tell you, you are a serious food blogger and I admire you for that. Your pics are so thought through and your posts are so much fun. Really, I totally dig your blog.

At Thu Mar 23, 05:51:00 PM 2006, Blogger Ashwini said...

I am a chutney addict too. I cant eat toast otherwise :-) The capsicum one sounds intriguing.

At Thu Mar 23, 07:42:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow! You are SO creative in capturing artisitic images! Very eye-catching and brilliant colorful pics! Keep it up!


At Thu Mar 23, 07:48:00 PM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! One more thing: may I ask where you bought the glass cups from? They are adorable...thanks!


At Thu Mar 23, 07:54:00 PM 2006, Blogger Santhi said...

SH, would be offended if I say " you ROCK babe" :):):)

Beautiful beautiful pics..

At Thu Mar 23, 08:06:00 PM 2006, Blogger Kitchenmate said...

What an amazing display of creativity!! You are unbelivable and inspiring.
Cool red capsicul chutney, what is its shelf-life? and you know what, you are an amazing blogger. Keep up your great work:)
BTW: What will be your next post?? lemme guess???

At Thu Mar 23, 08:11:00 PM 2006, Blogger Shalini said...

mind blowing display... looks like it will take more time for u to get them arranged for pic then cooking ;)

At Thu Mar 23, 08:54:00 PM 2006, Blogger Luv2cook said...


Lovely pictures and good round up. Your creativity amazes me every single time!

My question:

Where did you get the wood block with dents that you have all the chutney ingredients in? We call it "vanagunthala peeta" in Telugu and we used to play the game ALL the time when we were young!

Thank you!

At Fri Mar 24, 04:09:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Danielle said...

I, too, have been looking for a recipe for tamarind chutney for a while now. Thanks! And I love the way you have the chutneys arranged on the palette!

At Fri Mar 24, 04:46:00 AM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

spicehut, faffer, saltnpepper, Thanks!

Kay, the red capsicum chutney will last for 1-2 weeks in the fridge, especially if you take care to grind it without any water.

Gini, thanks! you made my day :)

ashwini, thanks. nice to know there are a lot of chutney fans out there!

priya, the glass "cups" are actually little candle holders from IKEA - about 50 cents each!

KitchenMate, what's your guess?????

shalini, thanks!

At Fri Mar 24, 04:53:00 AM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

luv2cook, the wooden board is an ancient game. Mythology(Ramayana) has it that Sita used to play this game when she was imprisoned by Ravana in Lanka. In Tamil it is called "Pallangkuzhi".

Mine is very old and is from India. I've seen this in toy stores in the US and it is called Mancala.

Yes, I've passed many a summer vacation playing this game with cousins!!

Danielle, thanks. Let me know how you like it.

At Fri Mar 24, 05:53:00 AM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

Santhi, Not at all, I am very very flattered!!!

At Fri Mar 24, 06:17:00 AM 2006, Blogger KrishnaArjuna said...

I absolutely love the way you present your food. You've got a great creative mind I would say!!
This post is another display of your creativity!!

At Fri Mar 24, 06:21:00 AM 2006, Blogger Krithika said...

What a creative way to display ingredients ! Excellent photos.

At Fri Mar 24, 07:02:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Priya said...

Hi Saffron,
What a wonderful way of highlighting the colorful chutneys...they look so yum...and how did u come up with the brainwave of using the Pallangkuzhi as a ingredient display!!!
Apart from playing the game another fetish of mine was ( I shud b saying 'is' ;-)) collecting tamarind seeds and another red colored seed that resembles M n M's. I did that even when I went to India this Dec ;-)
The capsicum chutney is new to me...and just the thought of trying it with all the three colors of capsicum I get here makes me want to go conjure them up rite now :-D

At Fri Mar 24, 07:29:00 AM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

priya, what are those little red seeds called? I used to use them and also tamarind seeds. They are soooo pretty. I don't have any now :(

I love my old pallangkuzhi, it has so much history and character!! So much nostalgia associated with it.

let me know how the different colors of peppers turn out. I wasn't very happy with the green one-too bitter. The red ones are the best because they are really sweet.

At Fri Mar 24, 07:39:00 AM 2006, Anonymous KeralaGirl said...

SH, another great post.. Hats off to u for writing and presenting chutneys so beautifully. I mean chutneys is so common but the way u presented is indeed unique and amazing photography as usual. And the Pallanguzhi (we call it Kuzhi palaka in Malayalam) and we used to play it with tamarind seeds, Hmmmm childhood memories. We got this Palaka from my grandmother and have been so special in our home. That was such a surprise to see a photo of that in a food blog. Wonderful idea of putting the ingredients. Now let me stop and keep few words of praise for your next post :-)

At Fri Mar 24, 07:43:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Kerala Girl said...

Oh forgot to add I think what Priya is referring to is Manjadi kuru(in malayalam). I just loved to collect those. And any Malayalee who have been to Guruvayoor temple would know its significance. There is a huge collection of these in the temple or for that matter in many Krishna temples and the belief is every kid who plays with the manjadi kuru and offer it to Lord Krishna becomes naughty!!! And I just keep on doing it whenever I visit the temple to retain the child in me he he he

At Fri Mar 24, 10:17:00 AM 2006, Blogger BDSN said...

Totally appealing photos...very colorful...i do red capsicum chutney too...i just love that chutney...

At Fri Mar 24, 12:11:00 PM 2006, Blogger Priya said...

love the palatte of chutney, gorgeous pics.

At Fri Mar 24, 12:21:00 PM 2006, Blogger Mahek said...

your presentation is remarkable!!!!
simply great i am sure you must have done some creative course before you started this blog you must be either a commercial artist or a interior designer or an architect . am i right?
There is creativity in you which is rarely seen.

At Fri Mar 24, 01:49:00 PM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

Kerala Girl Thanks for the kind words! What a lovely story about the red seeds. It is very important to not lose touch with your inner child.

At Fri Mar 24, 01:51:00 PM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

mahek Thanks! you are making me blush.

Sorry, I am none of those that you mentioned. My background is Computer Science :)

lovely name, btw.

At Fri Mar 24, 03:15:00 PM 2006, Blogger Puspha said...

Ur pix r out of the world. U r very artistic & creative. great work!!!

At Fri Mar 24, 04:03:00 PM 2006, Blogger Lakshmi said...

came to your site th'Santhi's kitchen..the chutneys are real good. will save it in my favorites.

At Fri Mar 24, 07:48:00 PM 2006, Blogger Santhi said...

hey SH, came back here to leave a comment about paneer. I wanted you to see this.

I think it will be better if you use soy chunks/meal maker. Soak them, blend them coarsly and use. I am sure it will taste awesome and it would be very healthy and nutritious

At Fri Mar 24, 08:40:00 PM 2006, Blogger Mahek said...

cant i know your name ?
thats great you have got real inner talent and creativity which is gods gift to you . pls do something in that line too you will be a great success . everytime i see your photos i say oo.... great and i forget to read the text (just joking...) i do read all your recipes they are great too..

At Sat Mar 25, 10:55:00 AM 2006, Blogger Fiber said...

Oh, what a great post. I love chutneys, and I can't wait to try these!

At Sat Mar 25, 11:26:00 AM 2006, Blogger RP said...

What a beautiful presentation!!! Loved it.

At Sat Mar 25, 02:26:00 PM 2006, Blogger Vee said...

Hi SH,
Great way of showing off chutneys.

I have been a silent watcher of ur blog since you started it. You and mahanandi have been a great inspiration for me as I am in the process of starting my own blog. I would love to add u on my blog roll, If thats ok with you.thx

At Sat Mar 25, 03:32:00 PM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

Vee, it will be an honor. Thanks!

good luck with your blog.

At Sat Mar 25, 04:07:00 PM 2006, Blogger shammi said...

wow, not just your food, your photos are a perfect showcase for your flow of creativity! (I couldnt see the pics when I commented earlier). Fantastic work, Saffron Hut!

At Sat Mar 25, 04:10:00 PM 2006, Blogger shammi said...

Saffron Hut, just thought I'd point out - your caption for the pallankuzhi photo says "clockwise from top right" but your list of ingredients starts from top left :)

At Sat Mar 25, 04:48:00 PM 2006, Blogger Saffron said...

Shammi, I am "directionally challenged". I sit in the navigator seat and say "turn left here", and vigorously wave my arm to the right. Then I go "I said left..." still pointing to the right. Hubby is quite used to it now :) :)

Thanks for noticing, I have changed the caption.

At Sun Mar 26, 07:48:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Lera said...

Wow! what a colourful array of chutneys.......lipsmacking and eyecatching :)

At Sun Mar 26, 07:10:00 PM 2006, Blogger Kitchenmate said...

SH: I am surprised to see one more person like me. hubby got use to me using my HAND right for a wrong direction;)
I read the direction to hubby,
he will ask - is it left
I reply - right (meaning that he got it right)
so hubby turn into the right direction and then coffee-toffee starts :), funny to think about it. Happy to see my partner there:), hey kidding yaar!!!

At Sun Mar 26, 11:11:00 PM 2006, Blogger Meeta said...

You are an inspiration to people like me. I have always loved food and photography. I recntly decided to combine both passions (still at the begginning as you will be able to tell from my pics!). Furthermore, I also just started blogging about food and other stuff. This is a great post. I love the idea of using the chutney on the paint palette.
The recipes are great too. being an Indian living in Germany I am always looking for chutneys which is not so easy to find in the stores here. I am married to a German who LOVES Indian food especially pickles and chutneys (he eats "Achaar" OUT OF THE JAR!!). I will be making some of these as a little surprise!

My blogs:
The Daily Tiffin
What's For Lunch Honey?
The Family Buzz

At Mon Mar 27, 06:14:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Ambs said...

Hey Sha...

I am an amateur cook .. got some real inspiration by seeing all ur lip smacking dishes..
Its so Divine u see..
Though these recipes form a part of our daily meals.. it turns out to be something lifeless..insipid... i guess tat heart n soul involvement is missing moreover u should really have that interest to make ur food appealing..
Great work!!! its so tempting.. and tat u gotto invite us to ur home sh.. akka..
Ur tips and thumbrules are very effective.. my frends and I have become ur fans..

At Mon Mar 27, 09:51:00 AM 2006, Blogger sailu said...

Very creative and excellent display of pictures depicting chutneys,SH.

At Mon Mar 27, 11:22:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Indira said...

Instead of just presenting the food, you play with it, my saulte to you.
What I can say, that's not already been said. Just gorgeous SF!

At Mon Mar 27, 05:47:00 PM 2006, Blogger MM said...

I love your presentation! Especially the palatte and the chongkat chongkat set (what you call the Kuzhi palaka) - fabulous!

At Tue Mar 28, 12:28:00 PM 2006, Blogger Reshma said...

I just loved this!

At Wed Mar 29, 08:58:00 AM 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What an eye appealing blog! EXCELLENT! well done! I'll have try the other chutneys, I only make the coriander one (I only use fresh coriander, green chillies, garlic and salt and freeze it in small portions so I use it when I need it!) ABA

At Wed Mar 29, 09:53:00 PM 2006, Blogger shakester said...

stumbled on your blog- its a great one, and great looking! I really like the neat clean appetsising pics! your recipe for the parathas makes me want to try them ( though I have no belief in my ability to roll them alright!), and the capsicum chutney sounds very promsising [despite having a small hand blender:(]
will be back!

At Thu Mar 30, 03:20:00 AM 2006, Blogger Nandita said...

Wow! Your blog is truly breathtaking...Don't know if the pics are better or the taste of the food...
You are a wonderful artist-is all i want to say for now.
Kozhakattai really took me into my granny's kitchen. WOuld love to get in touch with you.
Warm regards

At Thu Apr 06, 06:48:00 PM 2006, Blogger strawberry said...

Wonderful psot and beautiful pictures too!!!

At Tue Apr 11, 01:15:00 PM 2006, Blogger Tezi said...

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At Fri Apr 14, 02:46:00 PM 2006, Blogger Terri said...

SH, your blog is truly a work of art. Not only for the excellent pictures, but for your wonderful prose, as well.

At Tue Apr 25, 10:11:00 PM 2006, Blogger Laavi said...

you are very creative and i loved it.

At Sat Apr 29, 04:05:00 PM 2006, Blogger Tezi said...

Your blog is just awesome... and the pictures... beyond description. How do u do it???

At Sun May 07, 12:09:00 AM 2006, Blogger latifa said...

Beatiful. just noticed your blog. I love indian food.

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At Wed Jan 03, 10:57:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Jayshree said...

What a Lovely presentation ?
Just by sitting before the pc i can surely say "ur chutneys just tastes yummy" !!!

U r a gr8 cook

At Wed Jan 03, 10:57:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Jayshree said...

What a Lovely presentation ?
Just by sitting before the pc i can surely say "ur chutneys just tastes yummy" !!!

U r a gr8 cook

At Sun Jan 14, 01:44:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Amit said...


How come the chutney ingredients don't have any measurements. Did I miss something? Thanks.

At Sun Jan 21, 07:40:00 AM 2007, Blogger christine said...

I LOVE that picture! :) You are one creative, talented lady. :)

At Tue Mar 13, 09:27:00 PM 2007, Anonymous Priya said...


Great recipes for chutneys. A new fan of your blog.


At Thu Apr 26, 07:01:00 PM 2007, Blogger Cucoo said...

Hi dear

nice createvity and wonderful emagination keep it up.
just add little bit of ginger and see the diffrance in your coconut chutney .
BTW you did a wonder wonderful job thanks for sharing your recipes .
i love capsi chutney .

At Fri Sep 28, 05:25:00 AM 2007, Anonymous Faiza said...

hey Saffron!

Very creative pictures. You really take out the time for it. Kudos.

I wanted to ask you somethign about the tamarind chutney. You said soak it in hot water and extract the pulp. Does this mean soaking it in how water so that it softens up then removing it from the water and deseeding it? And then using equal amounts of extracted pulp and sugar?

Also for the coriander chutney is it ok to use the roasted seeds we get in the market.. who channas with their skin that has gone black... they sell it on streets in india :) just hull and use them?

At Sat Jan 24, 10:49:00 AM 2009, Blogger priyadarsini said...

Dear Saffron Hut,

I'm a frequent visitor of your blog and absolutely envy your ability to present things so beautifully. The pictures just make the food tantalising... The pallaankuzhi brought back nostalgic memories :), its never been put to better use :D... Thanks for the recipes, but measures (alavu) podaliye :(... Amateur cooks like me wont know the measures and wont be able to recreate the flavour... can you post the recipes "for dummies" :)

Priya Seetharaman

At Thu Nov 19, 03:36:00 AM 2009, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi saffron hut ,
i really want to thank u for ur blog bcoz it is very useful to the starters like me in cooking....

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