5 Protein-Rich Chutneys With Your Everyday Meals

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Every Indian meal requires the addition of chutney. A teaspoon of it with your regular meals can significantly improve the flavor of your cuisine. We can never get enough of them, whether they are hari mirch ki, coconut, pudina ki, or onion chutney. Chutneys are simple to get in your neighborhood market, but it’s best to prepare your own. They are incredibly adaptable and simple to build. Why not give them a little nutrition in light of this? We’ve compiled a list of chutneys for you today that are both delicious and high in protein. You may pair them with any dish to have a supper that is full with energy! Let’s start with the recipes now without further ado.

1. Flaxseed Chutney 

This should be the first item on the list. This flaxseed chutney has a nutty flavor and is made with a healthy spice mixture. It is really adaptable and simple to produce. You may both eat it as part of your regular lunch and keep it for a few months. To view the recipe, click here.

2. Dal Ki Chutney

Did you know that you could make a delicious chutney with your dals? This chutney combines the benefits of roasted moong, arhar, urad, and chana dals with sarso, oil, and curry leaves. When paired with rice, it tastes the best.

3. Peanut Chutney in Andhra Style

The recipe for a chutney in the south Indian style is next. Peanuts and tomatoes are used to make this distinctive chutney from Andhra. The chutney is given a bit of tanginess by the tomatoes and a nutty flavor by the peanuts. This chutney is likely to be a hit with you!

4. Chana Dal and Dahi Chutney

This chana dal and dahi chutney is another high-protein condiment that you should try. Dry-roasted and stir-fried chana dal is combined with a variety of flavorful spices before being blended with yogurt. You may increase your daily protein intake by simply eating a tablespoon of this chutney.

5. Nilakalai Chutney

Peanut chutney, often referred to as nilakadalai chutney or curry leaf chutney, is a delectable combination of all three. Coconut powder and roasted peanuts are combined to make a smooth paste, which is then sprinkled with flavorful tadka.

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