Coconut Chutney to Ghee 7 things to serve with Idli-Dosa

Dosa and Idli are popular South Indian dishes typically served with various accompaniments to enhance their flavor. 

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Ghee (Clarified Butter)

Dosa and Idli can be accompanied by ghee, which adds a rich and buttery flavour. It's especially delicious when drizzled over hot dosas.

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Peanut Chutney (Groundnut Chutney)

A nutty and slightly spicy chutney made from roasted peanuts, chilies, and other ingredients. It provides a rich and crunchy texture.

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Coriander (Cilantro) Chutney

A refreshing chutney made from fresh coriander leaves, green chilies, and other seasonings. It's bright green and packs a flavorful punch.

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Coconut Chutney

Made from grated coconut, green chilies, and other spices, coconut chutney provides a creamy, mildly spicy contrast to the dosa or idli.

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Tomato Chutney

A tangy and spicy chutney made from tomatoes, onions, and a blend of spices. It adds a zesty kick to the meal.

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A flavorful and spicy lentil soup with vegetables, tamarind, and various spices. It's a staple accompaniment for both dosa and idli.

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Idli Podi

Also known as gunpowder, this is a dry chutney powder made from a mixture of ground lentils, sesame seeds, and spices. It's typically mixed with oil and used as a dip or spread.

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