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A Spicy Affair of Indian Chutney

A Spicy Affair of Indian Chutney

05 Jul 2017

Indian Chutney, a spicy tangy element is liked by the Indians as it acts as a tastemaker making the Indian regional food tastes more delectable. Indian Chutney adds great flavor and taste to the food. The best part about chutney is that it can be made with different ingredients like fruits, herbs or vegetables that acts as a taste enhancer. Indian Chutney was one of the tastiest ingredients that were included by the Britishers in their daily diet. One of the famous chutney prepared during British era was called Major's Grey which was named after a British Army Officer. During the 17th century, Indian chutney was imported to a few European countries as a luxury item.

Indian Chutney with mini samosaThis might go unnoticed, the Sweet chutney and the Indian chutney well blended with Indian food can set our taste buds in the right mood. I bet once you have got the real taste and the relishable flavors of the Indian chutney, you will fall into the enhancing flavors of joy. Teasing the palate and enhancing the Indian flavors, Indian chutney can be relished with Haldiram’s Mathi, Mini Samosa, and Nimki. Chutney can turn any dish or Namkeen like Paratha Nimki, Nimki Swali, Mini Samosa into a mouth-watering delicacy. The lovely colors of the chutney well blended with other chatpata pickles like Prabhuji Mixed Pickle and Prabhuji Mango on the table lights up our mood and brightens our meal.

Indian Chutney with a tinge of tangy sidekick makes for a great combination. I bet, once you have tasted the Indian chutney dipped with the Haldiram’s Snacks, it will leave an everlasting impression on your taste buds.

There are many varieties of Indian Chutney. The must have 4 Indian Chutneys this monsoon are as follows:

Tamarind Date Chutney: Made from seedless tamarind, dates and jaggery. Tamarind Chutney makes for an exotic sweet and sour condiment. Tamarind chutney dipped with mini samosa, nimki swali can take you into a relishable ride of delectable taste.

Mini SamosaNimki SwaliParatha Nimki

Tomato Chutney: Tomato Chutney can be guzzled with south Indian breakfasts like idli, dosa and pesarattu. Tomato Chutney can be enjoyed with Haldiram’s Prabhuji snacks.

Coriander Chutney: The good and tasty coriander chutney goes best with Indian traditional mughlai dish, starters and samosas.

Coconut Chutney: The zingy coconut chutney well mixed with Indian spices like tamarind, chillies and warm undertones of garlic, ginger and urad dal gives it a smothering tastes of happiness.

So this rainy season, get swayed into the craving essence of chai, samosas well dipped in the sweet tangy flavours of Indian chutney. Yes, this is just what Indians relish doing every rainy season. This monsoon get ready to make your days and evenings interesting, order online Namkeen at the click of your finger. And at home relish, the wonderful flavours of  Haldiram’s snacks dipped with mouthwatering spicy Indian chutneys. Buy Haldiram’s snacks online like Mini Samosa, Masala Mathi, Nimki, Nimki Paratha and Masala Nimki which can be relished with a variety of chutneys. So why wait? Order your favorite snacks online now and relish their exciting flavours this monsoon with hot beverage.


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