This Authentic Chutney powder recipe is from my mother. Chutney powders are rich in protein, fiber and spices.There are many varieties of chutney powder. This is always my kids favorite one. If this chutney powder is at home, I don't have to prepare any side dished for dosa, rotti or even for idli. With a dash of home made ghee, you should try the chutney powder with hot rice.
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
Flaxseed chutney powder is easy to make and very nutritious, healthy side dish for our breakfasts like dosa, idli, rotti, sprinkle it on bread toast, and with hot steamed rice. With the right amount of flaxseeds and lentils the taste is just super :)
Flaxseeds have the highest amount of lignans – up to 800 times any other plant – which are cancer fighting compounds. Flaxseed is high in fiber. Flaxseed helps fight constipation, inflammation. Flax seed contains high levels of omega 3 fatty acids, which are vital for healthy hearts.
Gojjavalakki is very easy to make Spicy, sweet and sour dish from the Karnataka. If you ever visited the Sri Rama Temple on the Ramanavami festival day, you know about this utterly delicious prasadam :)
This is a traditional recipe, where it is served usually at the temples of Karnataka during Ramnavami celebrations. Gojjavalakki/HuLiyavalakki can be prepared in advance and you can store it. This instant recipe is very useful during traveling. Just add water and savor.
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