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Red Chilli Chutney is also famous as ‘Lal Chutney Recipe’ and ‘Tikhi Chutney’. The word ‘Lal’ stands for ‘Red’ and tikhi is a hindi word which means heaty or spicy hot. It is also called Red Chilli Garlic Chutney. Indians are renowned for eating spicy-heaty food, especially street food. This Indian chutney recipe works great to match the taste buds of Indians.


Indian Chutney Recipe

Each Indian chutney recipe has its own dignity. Each of these recipes play a vital role to enhance the taste and flavour of Indian food. There are hundreds of chutney recipes that are prepared in India and every recipe is unique. Every region has its own unique style, texture, flavour and taste of Chutneys. Indian Chutneys vary across different tastes like sweet, salty, sour and chilli hot etc. Red Chutney is one of the finest examples of Indian heaty chutney recipes.
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Red Chutney and its use

Though this Chutney with red chillies is a condiment, but it is a valuable part of Indian chaat recipes. It has the garlicy flavour which is very necessary to enhance the flavour of any chaat recipe. The heaty taste of the chutney recipe completes the dish from every angle. It is used in bhel puri, papdi chaat, masala puri, sev puri, ragda pattice, ragda, aloo tikki chaat and I can go on and on. In short, any chaat recipe is incomplete without chutney with red chillies.

Recipe for Red Chutney with step by step photos and instructions has been provided in the ‘Instructions’ section of the recipe. If you follow the instructions properly then you will get the perfect Red Chilli Chutney for chaat.

Red Chutney is a very quick and easy condiment recipe. It is a very simple recipe which requires minimal effort to be prepared. This spicy flavoured chutney is prepared with a handful of ingredients which are regularly used as necessary items in your pantry.

I am a crazy fan of Indian snacks easy recipes and prefer to prepare them at home rather than buying them from outside. Especially, Chaat is one among them. So, I frequently prepare Green chutney and Red chutney to accompany the evening snacks, especially when I plan to prepare chaat recipes at home. I serve my handmade Chaat to both the elders and kids of my family without a pinch of hesitation. A homemade snack is always an ideal treat for each member of any family.


How to make Red Chutney for Chaat?

To prepare the Red chutney, I have used Kashmiri red chillies. Kashmiri red chillies are less hot and gives a fabulous colour to the chutney. You can use any variety of dry red chillies according to your preferable taste. I always prefer lesser heaty taste for the Red chilli garlic chutney, that’s why I have used Kashmiri red chillies.

To reduce the heaty taste, it’s always better to deseed them before use. I have soaked the red chillies in hot water for half an hour. Even this step helps to reduce the heat of the chillies.

Normally, Red chutney can be prepared with only three basic ingredients - red chillies, garlic cloves and salt. But I have added lemon juice to the preparation. It gives a tangy touch to the chutney and reduces the chilli hot taste too. I have added a little Chaat masala too into the chutney. The addition of chaat masala makes the flavour of the Red chutney magical. I have added little bit of sugar too into the Red chutney recipe. It enhances the taste of the chutney. You must try it once to believe me.

To make the Red Chutney, I have added all the ingredients into a jar of a blender and made a smooth paste. I have added water for making the paste. Always try to use lesser amount of water for the recipe of Red Chutney. Addition of too much water makes the chutney runny.

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Ingredients:
  • 15 Kashmiri Red chilies
  • 1 cup of hot Water for soaking chillies
  • 10 cloves of Garlic
  • ½ lemon or 1 tablespoon Lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon Chaat Masala powder
  • ½ teaspoon Sugar
  • Salt to taste
  • ¼ cup Water to make paste


Instructions:
  1. Deseed the Kashmiri red Chillies, if you like.
  2. Soak them in hot water for 30 minutes. Water needs to cover all the red chillies. Keep it aside.
  3. On the other hand, peel the cloves of garlic.
  4. Drain out the water from red chillies (Step 2).
  5. Transfer the red chillies in the jar of a blender.
  6. Add Garlic cloves into the jar of blender.
  7. Squeeze Lemon juice into it.
  8. Add Salt, sugar, Chaat masala powder and water one by one into the jar.


  9. Close the lid of the jar and run it for a minute until it forms a smooth paste.
  10. Transfer the content into an airtight container.


Serving Instruction

Dash the Red Chutney on any chaat preparation or serve it as a dip with pakodas, bhajjis or kababs. Enjoy the heaty flavoured chutney with your evening snacks.


How to store Green Chutney?

After preparing the Red Chutney, transfer the content into an airtight container and you can refrigerate it for 5-7 days. The taste of the Red chutney will remain the same.

You can make the chutney frozen too and store it for couple of months. You can put the chutney in the icing tray and keep it in freezer. But according to me, the fresh Chutney tastes best.
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