Top 10 Homemade Chutney Recipes and Chutney Benefits

Indian Chutney recipes are an integral component of Indian cuisine. They are used with snacks, lunch, and dinner. Indian meals are seemed to be incomplete without chutney, raita, and pickles. Ketchup or sauce consists of fruits, vegetables, sugar, salt, and spices are used as condiments. Know the tips on how to make natural and raw chutney recipes at home.

Gooseberry Chutney Benefits

Coriander Chutney

Gooseberry chutney or amla chutney is the richest source of vitamin C and a healthy recipe. Since vitamin C is rich in anti-oxidants, so helps to contend free radicals thus prevents from many diseases. It also develops your immune system and prevents from cough and cold.  This chutney helps to improve your appetite and given to diarrhea and dysentery patients due to its strong laxative properties.

Amla chutney can be had with idlis, dosas, curd rice, dal rice, chapatti, etc.

How to Prepare Gooseberry Chutney?

  •  Gooseberry: 20 grams
  • Cucumber: 20 grams
  • Green Chilli: 2
  • Mustard Oil: 1tsp
  • Salt as per required
  • Water  as per requirements

First of all, boil the gooseberry and separated its seeds. Mix it with water properly. Now, grind the cucumber and smashed it with chili. Mix all the grind ingredients together. Put hot mustard oil in this mixture. To make it semi-liquid and salty, water and salt are added respectively.

Green Coriander Chutney Recipe

Hari coriander chutney recipe is very popular in all dishes. This green chutney recipe is used in the case of dosa, South Indian food, idli, samosa, sandwich, chapatti, rice, and other snacks.

Coriander chutney recipe is full of minerals and vitamins, especially, it is rich in micro-nutrients. Coriander chutney has an adequate amount of vitamin A, B, C & E along with minerals like calcium, phosphorous, iron, and magnesium. Coriander recipe is one of the best appetizers as it aids in digestive juice secretion. Coriander chutney is also beneficial in constipation, piles, stomach pain, cough, throat pains, blood sugar, and fever. It is antiseptic in nature.

How to Make Coriander Chutney?

  •  Green coriander leaves: 100 grams
  • Garlic: 5 pieces
  • Ginger: 1/2 piece (10 grams)
  • Salt
  • Green chilly: 2  in number
  • Lemon
  • Appropriate quantity of water

First of all, wash the green leaves of coriander properly. Separate the yellow leaves and also cut the stem apart. Only soft and delicate stems should be used. Put all the ingredients in the mixer, except lemon, and crushed it finely. Use a little quantity of water so that it becomes semi-liquid. Now, put 2 tsp of lemon juice on the prepared chutney to make it more relish.  This recipe is for 8 to 10 people.

Homemade Mango Chutney Recipe

Homemade Mango Chutney recipe is one of the common chutney recipes that are used more or less in all the homes in the summer. It is the seasonal chutney that is relished by everyone during mango season. This recipe is used with rice, rotis, and other South Indian foods.

The Mango chutney recipe has multiple health benefits. It is rich in vitamin C thus prevents from many diseases. Mango chutney is beneficial in curing summer diarrhea, dysentery, piles, and indigestion. It also helps in preventing sunstroke. Beneficial in curing scurvy and bilious disorders. It enhances the immune system of the body and prevents cholera, anemia, and tuberculosis.

How to prepare Mango Chutney?

  • Raw mango: 1
  • Jeera: 1 tsp
  • Ginger
  • Coriander leaves
  • Salt
  • Garlic
  • Onion may also be used.

To make this chutney, finely crushed all the ingredients with a little amount of water.

How to make Tamarind Chutney?

Tamarind chutney is a sweet-sour form of recipe that is relished by a large number of people. This chutney is more common in the eastern world, that’s why it is also known as ketchup of the east.  Women are very fond of tamarind chutney.

Tamarind chutney has many health and medicinal benefits. It is rich in dietary fiber thus prevents from constipation. This dietary fiber also binds bile salts thus ease in excretion of bad cholesterol from the body. It contains tartaric acid which is itself a powerful anti-oxidants. Pulp of tamarind has laxative features.

Ingredients to make Tamarind Chutney

  • Tamarind: 100 grams
  • Jaggery: 50 grams
  • Black Salt: 1/2 tsp
  • Dried Ginger: 1tsp
  • Chilli Powder: 1/2 tsp
  • Black pepper: 1 tsp
  • Sugar 2 tsp

For the preparation procedure, first of all, make tamarind boil in water. Take its fleshy parts and make it paste. Now, use the rest of the ingredients and heat for a few minutes, and mash smoothly to all the substances. This is one of the few chutney that can be used for 2 to 3 months.

Garlic Chutney Benefits

Garlic chutney has many health benefits. Garlic chutney recipe helps in lowering blood cholesterol and enhance digestion. This recipe lowers blood sugar and increases the energy level of the body. It is good against cold and cough and helps to overcome respiratory problems. The recipe boosts the immune system and also good for toothache. It is also beneficial against diabetes, cancer, and asthma. It is effective in combating viruses and bacteria. In northern India, it is generally used in the rainy season with roti or rice.

How to make Garlic Chutney?

  • Garlic: 20 grams
  • Green Chilli: 2 in number
  • Mustard oil: 2 tsp

Put all the ingredients in the frying pan and heat it for a few minutes. Now, smash it so that all the components become ground. It is ready to serve.

Groundnut Chutney Benefits

Groundnut chutney or peanut chutney is rich in carbohydrates, protein, and fats. So, this recipe is very useful for malnourished children. It is beneficial to underweight people too. The chutney is served with idlis, dosa, sambar, upma, and favorite with South Indian foods.

How to make Groundnut Chutney?

  •  Sprouted groundnut: 100 grams
  • Jeera: 1/2 tsp
  • Tomato: 1
  • Green chili: 2
  • Ginger: 10 grams
  • 1 tsp mustard seeds
  • Salt as per taste
  • Onion and tamarind may also be used.

Smash all the ingredients finely with little water

How to make Tomato Chutney Recipe?

Onion Tomato chutney recipe is quite popular both in northern as well as south India. In South India, it is preferred to take with idli or dosa while in North India, this recipe is savored with chapatti and rice.

Tomatoes are a good source of vitamin C, A, K, folate, and potassium. It is low in sodium and cholesterol, thus good for high blood pressure as well as heart patients. It wards off inflammations related to many diseases like heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. It also helps as a blood purifier and smooth urinary infections.

Tomato Chutney Recipe

  • Tomato: 3 in chopped form
  • Onion: 1 chopped
  • Chilli: 2
  • Garlic: 10 grams
  • Oil: 2 tsp
  • Salt: 1/2 tsp

First of all heat oil for a few minutes. Put the ingredients in the non-stick pan. Heat it for 7-10 minutes. Smash properly to make it smooth. Now, it is ready to serve.

Nutmeg Chutney Benefits

Nutmeg chutney recipe is extremely beneficial for many diseases. It gives relief from pain, abdominal swelling, and diarrhea. This recipe is also good who experience constipation. Nutmeg enhances concentration power and acts as a brain tonic. Nutmeg chutney also gives relief from inflammation and abdominal pain.

How to Make Nutmeg Chutney?

  • Nutmeg: 1
  • Tomato: 1
  • Green chili: 1
  • Jeera: 1/2 tsp
  • Ginger: 10 grams
  • Curd: 1 tsp

For preparation, crushed all the ingredients and add a small quantity of salt and water.

Vegetable Chutney Recipe

The vegetable chutney recipe has many health advantages. It is good for pregnant mothers who are generally iron deficient. This mixed vegetable recipe is very effective in case of anemia. It is also very beneficial for high blood pressure or hypertension patients. This is healthy chutney. It is better to eat fresh with idli, dosa, chapatti, or rice. It can also be kept in a refrigerator to use for three-four days.

How to Prepare Vegetable Chutney?

Following ingredients are to be needed

  • Beetroot or carrot 2 in number
  • Half Coconut
  • Ginger (10 grams)
  • 2 raw mangoes, instead of raw mangoes, one can use tomatoes too.
  • Two green chilies
  •  Small amount of salt, if needed
  • Pudina leaves

Mix all the ingredients in a mixer along with a small quantity of water. Vegetable chutney can be sweet or sour or hot.

Sesame Seed Recipe

Sesame seed chutney contains a high amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids which tends to decrease serum cholesterol. A person suffering from high cholesterol levels may be given this recipe. Sesame seeds contain heart-friendly oil. The recipe is good for the skin. This chutney recipe can be used with all dishes but more common with rice, roti, idli, dosa, Pongal, and upma.

How to Make Sesame Seed Chutney?

  • Sesame Seeds: 100 grams
  • Green Chillies: 2
  • Water: 125 ml
  • Chopped ginger: 1-inch piece
  • Chopped garlic: 3-4 cloves
  • Fresh coriander can also be used
  • Salt: As per taste
  • Lemon

Roast the sesame seeds and blended it to powder. Mix green chilies, salt, and lemon with sesame seeds powder.  Now, grind it with water. Serve it fresh.

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