Coconut chutney is referring to a common South Indian side-dish that is served as an accompaniment to dosa, Idli and other south Indian pancakes.
Coconut Chutney is made with finely grated coconut which is combined with green chillies, onion and spices. Moreover, it can be also served with Thai and Indonesian meals. It is an ideal accompaniment with traditional dishes.

Related Articles

Puttu ■■■■■■■■
Puttu refers to a breakfast dish from Kerala, south of India which is made from rice flour and freshly . . . Read More
Cabbage and Carrot Thoran ■■■■■■■
Cabbage and Carrot Thoran refers to one of Kerala's Thoran dishes made from finely chopped or grated . . . Read More
Thalipeeth ■■■■■■■
Thalipeeth refers to the standard Maharashtrian bread made from a combination of flours of various grains . . . Read More
Mirapakaya Bajjilu ■■■■■■■
Mirapakaya Bajjilu refer to whole green chillies which are filled with different kinds of mixtures then . . . Read More
Ari Unda ■■■■■■
Ari Unda is one of the popular sweet snacks from Kerala, India made from a mixture of rice flour, fresh . . . Read More
Gothambu/Gothumbu Puttu ■■■■■■
Gothambu/Gothumbu Puttu refers to one of the popular breakfast food in Kerala, India, steamed broken/cracked . . . Read More
Ethakka/Pazham Upperi ■■■■■■
Ethakka/Pazham Upperirefers to crispy and tasty banana chips from Kerala, India. It is one of the important . . . Read More
Vanpayar / Van Payar Thoran ■■■■■■
Vanpayar / Van Payar Thoran: Vanpayar or Van Payar Thoran is one of the many Thoran dishes from Kerala, . . . Read More
Ginataang Papaya ■■■■■
Ginataang Papaya in the food context refers to a traditional Filipino dish where unripe papaya is cooked . . . Read More
Aduppu ■■■■■
Aduppu also called Nerupodu is a traditional stove being used in Kerala, one of the southern state of . . . Read More