Turai aka Ridge guard is well known in Asian countries, especially in India, China, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Japan. All of these cuisines have such a unique way of transforming this plain tasting vegetable into something amazing. Today, I introduce you to South Indian state Telangana way of transforming turai (beerakaya) into an amazing chutney (beerakaya pachadi). Not a lot of non-Indians know about chutney. Not just Indians, but non-Indians can enjoy chutneys too. Chutneys are so versatile, they can be eaten with rice as South Indians do or use as condiments for sandwiches, burgers. It also can be used as pasta sauce. Vegans all over the world or those who are struggling to find delicious and tasty meatless recipes should know about chutneys. Also those looking for diabetic friendly recipes, low carb, low sugar recipes, chutneys are rejoiced. Chutneys are all-natural, clean, vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free and paleo. No regrets.
Have you ever experienced salivation unattractively? That’s what happens when you think of Indian Chaats. Chaat can be best described as salty, sweet and tangy savory Indian snack. Chaats are India’s street food. India has some of the best street food in the world. Chaats were my and most of Indian’s all-time favorite kind of food. For children eating at chaat street cart is a great memory, for teens, they are great flirting places. No matter where Indians immigrate, they always cherish Street food moments. Besides curries, Indian cuisine offers a number of Vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free, nut-free dishes. Customize the Indian dish to your taste buds and it will hit the spot every time. Moth bean chaat is Vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten-free, nut-free. Not just for Indian food lovers, this chaat salad is must eat dish for everyone who wants to try meatless, healthy, clean recipes.
Green and sweet chutneys are the most popular condiments in North India. In fact throughout India nowadays. Compliment an underflavored dish or a bland dish or a dry dish with these creamy chutneys and enjoy the full flavor. Though these chutneys are originated and are staple in North India, popularity is spreading to South India as well.
Green and Sweet/Tamarind chutneys are clean homemade condiments that can be complemented to many dishes. You could replace ketchup completely with these vegan chutneys. If you are looking for various condiment recipes to replace ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, start with these. They don’t taste like ketchup. But carry great taste, texture, flavor, health benefits and great satisfaction. Green chutney, made of mint and cilantro, is spicy, flavorful. Sweet chutney is made of tamarind, jaggery, optionally dates. It tastes sour, sweet, tangy and is very flavorful.
Chutneys are a staple food in Southern India. Chutneys can be made with a variety of vegetables. Mix n match a wide variety of vegetables, nuts, seeds to make rich, enticing, exquisite chutney. This is a Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, Paleo, nut-free recipe. Aromatic spices with vegetables, nuts in tampering makes chutney an ultimately delicious and healthy. Whichever vegetable you make chutney out of, Chutney is loaded with iron, vitamins, and antioxidants. Traditionally, vegetables are cooked in spices and crushed with the hand in mortar pestle to make chutney. In the modern generation, grinders are used. Chutney is usually consumed with rice and ghee poured on top. Lately, with low carb consciousness, people prefer eating chutneys as homemade dips for tortilla chips, pita chips, south Indian snacks as sakinalu, janthikalu and karappusa.
Consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds is associated with quality health. It significantly lowers risk of many lifestyle-related health conditions. Eating green vegetables as raw mangoes, brussels sprouts decreases the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease and weight gain. Brussels sprouts don’t normally elicit a positive reaction from many people. Take a chance this holiday season to cook up more yummy recipes featuring Brussels sprouts. And every season, these recipes convert more and more people into Brussels sprouts lovers! These veggies are full of fiber and vitamin C, making them a nutritious addition to any meal!
Raw mango recipes are probably new to the western world. For Indians, especially South Indians, raw mango dishes are a staple. Mango has culinary significance at all stages, mature and immature. Pickles, soups, dal, mango rice, chutneys, salads, desserts, drinks, you name it. Mango is considered to be the king of fruits as it is the top fruit crop of India. Mangoes grow in tropical and subtropical weather where there is no high humidity and rain during the flowering stage. Southern India fits ideal cultivation conditions for mango.
Chutney made of vibrant greens and rich veggies, is vegetarian heaven. A natural multi vitamin. This vegan, vegetarian cruelty-free dish leaves you a priceless satisfaction especially when you make at home. Try it once. Incorporate brightly colored vegetables in your diet. Being on all-natural diet rich in leafy greens, fresh vegetables, and brightly colored produce that you see in farmers market and local market have lot of health benefits. Make your way through the farmers’ market today.
Chutney’s are staple food in Southern India. A variety of chutneys can be made with mix n match of vegetables, oils and nuts. Aromatic spices with vegetables, nuts in tampering makes chutney an ultimately delicious and healthy. Chutney’s made of such unique blend is loaded with iron, vitamins and anti oxidants. Traditionally, vegetables are cooked in spices and crushed with hand in mortar pestle. Chutneys is usually consumed with rice with ghee poured on top.
Chutney’s are staple food in Southern India. A variety of chutneys can be made with mix n match of vegetables, oils and nuts. Aromatic spices with vegetables, nuts in tampering makes chutney ultimately delicious and healthy. Chutney loaded with iron, vitamins and anti oxidants. Traditionally, in olden days, vegetables were cooked in spices and crushed with hand in mortar pestle. Chutney is usually consumed with rice with ghee poured on top. Lately with low carb conciousness, people prefer to eat chutneys as homemade dips for tortilla chips, pita chips, south indian snacks as sakinalu, janthikalu and karappusa. They make excellent all-natural condiments too. Chutneys are one of the easiest recipes to make. Chutney can be made with little less effort and a handful of fresh ingredients. Secret for perfect chutney is balanced amount of vegetables, chillies, salt and a sour agent usually tamarind. Optionally jaggery can be added. Salt, chillies, sourness and sweet blends into a unique tasty dish. Check out few home-made all natural chutney recipes here.
Chutney’s are staple food in Southern India. A variety of chutneys can be made with mix n match of vegetables, oils and nuts. Aromatic vegetables, nuts and tampering combination makes tasty and healthy chutney loaded with iron, vitamins and anti oxidants. Traditionally, chutneys are eaten with rice and ghee poured on top. Chutneys make excellent homemade dips for tortilla chips, pita chips, sakinalu, janthikalu and karappusa. They make excellent all- natural condiments too. Check out home made all natural condiment recipe Brussels sprouts pistachio spread sandwich here.
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Brussels sprouts don’t normally elicit a positive reaction because of its bitterness from high sulfur. Transform brussels sprouts to yummy recipes. Become fans just like me. These veggies are full of fiber and vitamin C, making them a nutritious addition to any meal! Depending on where you live, it could be your last chance to eat Brussels sprouts for awhile. These hearty winter vegetables are usually in season from fall through late winter. Brussels sprouts look like baby cabbages for a good reason: They’re a member of the cabbage family that includes veggies with edible leaves.
My first experience with Brussels sprouts was cutting them and cooking in tomato gravy. But couldn’t get bitterness off. I tried roasted brussels sprouts. Just didn’t like that way. I have experimented various ways to cook and had success. Ever since I’ve been enjoying them.
The aroma of mint (Pudina) activates the salivary glands in our mouth as well as glands which secrete digestive enzymes, thereby facilitating digestion. This is the reason mint is extensively used in the culinary arts.
Chutney’s are staple food in Southern India. A variety of combinations are made. Aromatic mint, flavorful cilantro combination makes tasty and healthy chutney loaded with iron, vitamins and anti oxidants. Traditionally, chutneys are eaten with rice and ghee poured on top. Chutneys also go with snacks as sakinalu, janthikalu or karappusa.
Mint is a great appetizer or cleanser, and it promotes digestion. It also soothes stomachs in cases of indigestion or inflammation. When you feel sick to your stomach, drinking a cup of mint tea can give you relief. While traveling long distances via plane or boat, the menthol oil derived from mint can be very soothing for nausea and related motion sickness.