Whether you are enjoying Idli, Dosa or any other South Indian specialty, a little bit of Dry Chutney Powder (also known as Molaga Podi) can give you an incredible flavor boost. Sometimes called "Gun Powder" by spice loving enthusiasts, the slow roasting of different daals gives this molaga podi recipe the unique taste and texture that is sure to tantalize your taste buds. Printable Recipe: http://showmethecurry.com/pickles-chutneys/dry-chutney-powder-molagamilagai-p...
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How to make Pholourie With a spicy green Mango Chutney.as it's done in the Caribbean, using a recipe from Trinidad and Tobago. There's a printable recipe for this tasty pholourie at http://caribbeanpot.com/a-typical-trinbagonian-pholourie-recipe/ including pictures and step by step cooking instructions.
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Learn how to make this delicious sweet and savory Pineapple chutney using exotic Indian spices and fresh pineapple. This Pineapple chutney can stay good in an air-tight container in the fridge for upto 2 weeks. Great accompaniment to an Indian meal, this chutney goes well with chips, crackers, baguettes or on sandwiches too.
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