Fasting Chutney Recipes | How to Make Fasting Chutney

Fasting Chutney RecipesChutney is a spread or dip made using simple ingredients. This simple thing “chutney” is indispensable in Indian cuisine. We serve khichadi with chutney; we also serve chutney with paneer tikka. Our party menu includes a variety of chutneys and so does our fasting menu. Here we bring to you 3 different chutneys that have been prepared using minimal ingredients and are absolutely farali. Chutneys add a good kick to the dishes. Whatever be the menu for a fast, a tangy and spicy chutney can take it another level altogether.

Fasting Chutney Recipes

Farali Green Chutney

Green chutney or coriander chutney is the most popular chutney in North India. This chutney is so simple to make and so delicious that I love to follow this recipe on nonfasting days too.

Green chutney for fasts can be served with kuttu ke pakode, tandoori aloo (farali) etc.

View the recipe here.


Coconut Chutney

I love this chutney not because I love coconut but because it is so refreshing. It tastes wonderful with all the deep fried and filling fasting food. It was for the first time that I made coconut chutney without any tempering but it tasted absolutely wonderful.

Coconut chutney for fasts can be served with sabudana khichadi as well as sabudana thalipeeth.

View the recipe here.

Fasting Chutney Recipes

Peanut Chutney

Peanut has special significance during fasts. It is used in so many ways. Peanut chutney a very distinct flavor of its own and the other ingredients that go into it enhance its taste a lot. Peanut chutney works as a great accompaniment for all the sabudana recipes (almost, I mean we can’t have peanut chutney with sabudana kheer of course!) 

Serve peanut chutney with sabudana vada, sabudana tikki etc.

View the recipe here.


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