A jar of apple, peach and apricot chutney

apple, peach and apricot chutney

Our family apple, peach and apricot chutney, or seb aroo aur kabani chutni. Sweet and a little spicy, it is an ideal accompaniment to almost every Indian dish.

a bowl of coconut chutney

coconut chutney

Getti chutni is a simple versatile chutney to go with most South Indian foods. It is most commonly served with idli, vada or dosa.

a bowl of green chutney

green chutney

Green chutney, hari chutni, or dhania chutni, is fresh chutney made from coriander and mint. It goes with almost everything.

serving dish of mango chutney

mango chutney

This Bengali chutney, am ki chutni, is a tangy, and slightly spicy chutney which goes well with any rice or lentil dish.

a bowl of tamarind and date chutney with some papdi on the side

tamarind and date chutney

Khajur imli ki chutni is one of the most common and instantly recognisable chutneys served throughout India. It has a sweet and sour taste with a bit of chilli heat. The tamarind gives it a tang and the dates give it sweetness.

a jar of eggplant pickle

egglant pickle

This eggplant pickle, brinjal ka achaar, is deliciously hot and spicy. Great to serve with dal.

serving bowl of chilli achaar

chilli pickle

This green chilli pickle, hari mirch ka achaar is hot and intensely chilli flavoured. It is cooked largely in the sun, with lemon juice, salt and spices.

green apple pickle

green apple pickle

Seb ka achaar is an uncooked pickle using fresh green apple. It is hot, spicy and intense with a fresh flavour from the apple.

a serving dish of sweet lemon pickle

sweet lemon pickle

Khatta meetha nimbu ka achaar is a hot, sweet and sour lemon pickle, typical of pickles from Rajasthan.

a serving spoon of hot lime pickle

hot lime pickle

With chunky pieces of lime and robust spices, this tangy pickle, nimbu ka achaar, is an ideal accompaniment to everything in this cookbook.

a serving spoon of grated mango pickle

shredded mango pickle

Manga thokku is a grated green mango pickle. It is hot, and very tangy from the sourness of the raw mango.

A bowl of grated green apple raita

green apple raita

The coolness of the yoghurt, with the touch of sweetness from the apple makes this hare seb ki raita the perfect accompaniment for hot food