Chutneys, Sizzling Tastebuds

20+ Easy Chutney Recipes for Breakfast or lunch | Easy Chutney Recipes | Recipe Collections

Think Chutney for breakfast in most houses would be the Classic Coconut chutney or mint chutney. Think beyond the classic and check out these 20+ varieties of chutney you can make. 

Most at vegan (plant based) and almost all are GF (if you skip the asafoetida). Almost all of them pair with breakfast IdliVadaDosa , Pongal  ,Dhokla, Upma while some are called Thogayals (a.k.a Thuvayal) which is a South Indian  / Tamil style thick chutney that is eaten with hot steamed rice and some gravy.  In Andhra cuisine, these chutneys are also called pachadi. 

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So, do let me know in the comments below which is your favourite and what are the other chutney varieties would you love to see on the blog ? 

Thogayal / Thuvayals (thick South Indian Chutneys eaten with rice)

Tomato Thokku (Tomato Chutney) 

 – this can be eaten with idli / dosa as well

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Peerkangai Thuvayal (ridge gourd thuvayal)

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Inji Thogayal (GInger chutney)

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Pudina Thogayal 

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Paruppu thogayal (Lentils – Only chutney) 

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Karivepalai Thogayal (Curry leaves chutney)

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For Chutneys served wit Idli/Dosa/Pongal/Upma, we have (in alphabetical order) :

Apple Chutney

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Beetroot Chutney

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Carrot and Pumpkin Chutney

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Chettinad style Khara Chutney 

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Chow Chow Chutney (Chayote Squash Chutney)

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Coriander Coconut Chutney

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Green Chutney for Chaats

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Kollu Chutney (Horsegram chutney)

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Mangai Kothamalli chutney (raw mango Coriander chutney)

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Mooli Chutney / Mullangi Chutney (radish chutney) without coconut

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Nellikai chutney (alma chutney)

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Palll Perugu Chutney (Andhra style peanut + buttermilk chutney)

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Palli Allam Chutney (ginger peanut Chutney)

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Rajapalyam buttermilk chutney

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Sowcarpet Green Chutney

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Tangy Coriander / Dhaniya Chutney

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3 Comments

  1. What a lovely collection, Kalyani! I'm forever looking for good side dishes for idli and dosa, and you have largely solved my problem. 🙂

  2. lovely collection of chutneys, love to try few with my dosa

  3. This post has solved a major hassle of looking for different chutneys /thuvayals to make as part of day to day breakfast and lunch preps .the tangy dhaniya chutney is what is on my todo list ASAP.

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