Ginger chutney has a strong flavor of sweet, tangy, and spicy. It’s one of the popular chutneys in India and people eat it at breakfast.

It’s a flavor-packed chutney with amazing ingredients like ginger, coconut, curry leaves, salt, sugar, onion, red chili powder, and curry leaves. To balance the pungency taste of ginger, you can also add tamarind and jaggery.

Ginger chutney is a sweet-sour and spicy paste that goes well with dishes like dosa, uttapam, vada, idli, roti, and even rice. First, you can saute ginger with some spices and then grind in the mixture to make it even and smooth paste. Also, you can store it in an airtight container for a week and refrigerate it.

It’s hot and spicy and especially Andhra people eat it quite often. In Andhra language, it is also called as Allam Pachadi. It’s easy to make chutney and gets ready within few minutes.

A tempting red hot chutney that will trigger your spicy tastebuds.

Try similar recipes like raw mango chutney and onion chutney with coriander leaves.