Cabbage pickle is a spicy condiment with any meal. This is quick and easy to prepare. Traditionally Indian meals are not complete without pickles / relish
Gajar ka achar (Carrot Pickle) is a great condiment to serve with any meal or with sandwiches.
Cauliflower pickle is a great condiment to serve with any meal or with sandwiches.
Chickpea and spinach spread also known as Hummus. This healthy and delicious spread also can be served as spread.
Coconut chutney is a typical condiment that is served with South Indian dishes, especially Idlis and Dosas. In fact, meals in South India are considered incomplete, without this chutney. It has great texture and a unique taste that compliments many dishes.
Cranberry Relish is a spicy and tangy pickle that is a perfect addition to many dishes. Cranberry Relish can spice up any meal. It tastes especially great with sandwiches and perfect for the upcoming holidays!
Date and Raisin chutney! This exotic sweet and sour chutney is mildly spiced, this will compliment any meal. This is an easy and quick recipe to make.
Ginger relish is very handy to have in your refrigerator for spicing up many different dishes.
Chili Pickle is a great way to spice up any meal. Indian meals are generally served with different condiments of which pickles are the most common one. This is a rather hot and spicy pickle, not for the light hearted by any means.
Hari (Green) chutney is made with fresh cilantro (green coriander) and a variety of spices. This chutney is a must-have for every fridge. Tastes delicious with pakoras, samosas, chaat and many more popular Indian snacks. Like ketchup and other popular condiments, hari chutney can be used in a variety of different ways!
Mango chutney is sweet and sour lightly spiced relish with a chunky texture that makes a perfect condiment.
Mango pickle is a spicy and tangy condiment. Almost every Indian household has their own favorite recipes for Mango Pickle. It is a popular condiment adds the extra “oomph” to every meal.
Methi Chutney is a popular North Indian condiment. Methi Chutney is packed with flavors, sourness from mango, sweetness from raisins; some bitterness from fenugreek, mixed with spices it has a very unique taste. Traditionally this is served with Kachories (fried puffed bread with lentils) and Puri (fried puffed bread).
Rhubarb Chutney; you may call this relish or pickle. This Sweet and sour chutney with blend of spices taste grate and very addicting. This is a great complement to any meal.
This exotic sweet and sour chutney is a delicious condiment. This chutney can be called the ketchup of the east! Tamarind chutney is delicious with samosas, pakoras, drizzled over dahi vada, bhel poori, and any kind of chat. This is also delicious as a dipping sauce for French fries, as a spread over crackers, a zesty addition to a rice dish, and even as a veggie dip.
Perk up your meal with this savory chutney. This chutney is best served as a side dish with any kind of stuffed Paratha or over plain white rice.
Yogurt chutney is great paired with dosas and pudas. It is a great and less time-consuming variation from the more commonly used chutneys, such as coconut chutney.