Pudina chutney to Salsa: Kinds of dips that can never go wrong for snacking

First Published Dec 10, 2020, 1:48 PM IST

Who doesn't like to dip their nachos in salsa or slurp that imli chutney while having samosa? Here are a few kinds of chutneys and dips that you must have in your kitchen, read on.

<p style="text-align: justify;">These chutneys and dips have their own flavourful taste which enhances the snacks your having with. However, some people like food without sauces and dips, but we are not talking about them. Let's check out these five chatpata chutneys and flavourful dips.</p>

These chutneys and dips have their own flavourful taste which enhances the snacks your having with. However, some people like food without sauces and dips, but we are not talking about them. Let's check out these five chatpata chutneys and flavourful dips.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Pudina Chutney</strong><br />
By the name of it you surely can understand that we are talking about the green mixture that includes, definitely pudina, and coriander, green chillies, lemon juice, salt, sugar and garlic. This goes best with paratha and rotis but do you ever tried it with bread slices?</p>

Pudina Chutney
By the name of it you surely can understand that we are talking about the green mixture that includes, definitely pudina, and coriander, green chillies, lemon juice, salt, sugar and garlic. This goes best with paratha and rotis but do you ever tried it with bread slices?

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Garlic dip</strong><br />
This one is only for the garlic lovers. This dip is basically made with garlic but to make it a thick paste one must add tomatoes, green and red chillies, salt and sugar and give it a blend. It goes best with idli, vada, pav bhaji. It absolutely depends on you. You can also have it with rotis.</p>

Garlic dip
This one is only for the garlic lovers. This dip is basically made with garlic but to make it a thick paste one must add tomatoes, green and red chillies, salt and sugar and give it a blend. It goes best with idli, vada, pav bhaji. It absolutely depends on you. You can also have it with rotis.

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Mango chutney</strong><br />
It gives a sweet n sour taste, but you can always spice it with some red chilli powder. It obviously the best mate for roti-daal-chawal.<br />
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Mango chutney
It gives a sweet n sour taste, but you can always spice it with some red chilli powder. It obviously the best mate for roti-daal-chawal.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Hummus</strong><br />
It's a Middle-eastern dip, and it is not only a dip; it's a dish itself. One can have it alone or can definitely try with pita bread or some veggies and fruits. Do you know the main ingredient for hummus is chickpeas?</p>

Hummus
It's a Middle-eastern dip, and it is not only a dip; it's a dish itself. One can have it alone or can definitely try with pita bread or some veggies and fruits. Do you know the main ingredient for hummus is chickpeas?

<p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Salsa</strong><br />
How can you nom your crispy nachos without some salsa? This is an all-rounder dip. You can dip your snack in it, you can marinade your chicken with it, you can add it in your pasta or pizza as a sauce, and what not?! It's a Mexican dip made with tomatoes.</p>

Salsa
How can you nom your crispy nachos without some salsa? This is an all-rounder dip. You can dip your snack in it, you can marinade your chicken with it, you can add it in your pasta or pizza as a sauce, and what not?! It's a Mexican dip made with tomatoes.