If I am making dosa, idli for breakfast, chutney is must in our family. My mom rarely uses onion in her cooking, this one particular chutney she use onion. This is one of the most popular chutney she makes for dose is this Coconut onion Chutney. I love this chutney, simple yet delicious.
Chayote squash / Chow-Chow / Cho-Cho / Seemebadane Kayi is a low calorie food and high in vitamin C. It is rich in flavonoid antioxidants which help to protect the body against inflammation caused by free radicals. This is extremely easy to prepare no onion no garlic and vegan chutney.
You can make it gluten free using this Gluten free Hing or skip the regular hing
Radishes are an extremely healthy vegetable, yet their pungent flavor turns many people away. This recipe is the perfect way to incorporate this amazing vegetable into your diet.
Chutney is one of the popular side dishes for dosa, idli, and other south Indian breakfasts. Here is a healthy food that tastes good! It is an excellent spread for Sandwiches, Wraps and Burritos. It is a good recipe that can go into your kid’s lunch box without guilt :) This is a Gluten Free recipe!
Chickpeas/garbanzo beans are a great source of zinc, folate and protein. These are high in fiber, low in fat and most of this is polyunsaturated.
Garbanzo beans contains more than 60% of insoluble fiber and can reduce the risk of colon cancer.
Helps in blood sugar regulation due to slowing down the digestion process.
Helps in lowering blood cholesterol levels.