Two Indian Chutneys must to stack in a Foodie’s Fridge

Indian foods are known for its delicious flavour which is derived from the spices used to make it. Indian cuisine is often eaten with a side dish that compliments the taste and flavour of the main course. In the past this has helped the emergence of two classic Indian side dishes that are also eaten like sauces and dips, namely, the mint and tamarind chutney. In this blog, let us see how are these two classic chutneys made and served with Indian main course.

1)      Mint Chutney – As the name suggests, mint chutney is made by blending fresh mint leaves, coriander leaves, garlic and authentic spices. It is then mixed and added to the grinder and blended till it becomes a smooth paste. This lip-smacking chutney tastes well with not only Indian snack but also with American and European cuisines. This chutney is available in high quality glass jar bottles from Indian chutney manufacturers like Fazlani Foods.

Mint Chutney Manufacturer Exporter
2)      Tamarind Date Chutney – The Indian ‘meethi’ (sweet) chutney is a relishing side dish to eat with your snacks. To make this yummy chutney, tamarind and dates are first boiled and strained. Authentic spices and herbs are added and then grinded in the mixer till it becomes a smooth paste. It has a sweet and sour flavour that tastes best with snacks as well as Indian main course.

Tamarind Date Chutney by Fazlani Foods
These two chutneys are a must to keep stacked up in the refrigerator if you are a foodie. The flavorful mint and tamarind date chutneys complement major Indian dishes and can also be an excited experience when had with international cuisine. For the ones who cannot make these chutneys at home or do not have that much time, can buy it online. Fazlani Foods is an exporter of chutney from India that offers both of these chutneys in high-quality glass bottles. To know more, visit