- n. Plural form of chutney.
“Anjali, making stuffed parathas with dry chutneys is such a neat idea!”
“The mouth-watering taste of the "chutneys" tamarind and green chilly sauces and the mind-boggling smell of the entire concoction is sure to leave its mark on anyone, not just an indian!”
“Caribbean dishes carrots casseroles cauliflower cheesecake cherries chicken chickpeas chili chocolate chocolate chip cookies chorizo chutneys”
“The chunks of steamed gram flour and yogurt come with two chutneys for dabbing: one a zesty tomato, the other a mild, green-with-cilantro coconut.”
“While a pretty peach half from a freestone is perfect for poaching or grilling, cling peach pieces work in things like cobblers, chutneys and butters.”
“In Singapore, you can sample Indian banana-leaf rice (rice eaten with stewed vegetables, curries, gravies and chutneys and other condiments, all served the traditional way on a banana leaf) at Samy's, which occupies a graceful colonial-era building set amid lush greenery.”
“It's served with chutneys and should be washed down with sweet, milky, spiced masala tea.”
“Michigan dried cherries: Dehydrated cherries used in compotes, chutneys, just about everything-the raisin of the '90s.”
“They've got spicy pickles and chutneys as well as a truly marvelous fusion creation: Bombay Bangers (sausages containing rather more spices than their British counterparts).”
“This one is the high temple of dosa and everything else that can be fried (as well as idli, which is steamed), with accompanying chutneys that are a special touch.”
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