Ginger Yogurt Chutney

9 Dec

Allam Majjiga Pachadi.

Preserved Ginger Pickle is used in the making of this chutney. Few tablespoons of yogurt is mixed with the ginger pickle along with chopped onion and green chiles. This chutney is generally served with idly, dosa etc. as a quick fix.
Makes: around 6 Servings Ginger Yogurt Chutney.


Preserved Ginger Pickle 1 tbsp
Small Onion 1/2
Green Chilli 1
Spring Onion 1
Plain Yogurt 3 tbsps

Method of preparation:

Peel and finely chop onion.
Wash, remove ends and finely chop spring onion.
Wash, remove stem and finely chop green chilli.

In a bowl, mix ginger pickle, chopped onion, spring onion, green chilli and yogurt thoroughly.
Serve ginger yogurt chutney with dosa, rice, idly…
Notes:Stays for a week or so if refrigerated.

Suggestions: Add more yogurt to the chutney if desired.
Variations: You can also add a tsp of lemon juice to the pickle if desired. Mango Pickle Chutney is a good variation of this pickle which uses mango pickle.
Other Names: Allam Majjiga Pachadi, Ginger Yogurt Chutney.

4 Responses to “Ginger Yogurt Chutney”

  1. chimanlaal gurdewala December 13, 2009 at 10:21 pm #

    Ginger Yogurt Chutney is awesome.I ate it once and now i m a big fan of it………………..

  2. nabilla December 14, 2009 at 10:14 pm #

    first pls imform ,how GINGER PICKLE is prepared

    as every one does’t know the recepie for it .so how can they add to the recepie.

  3. Raji January 26, 2010 at 3:11 pm #

    @ chimanlaal gurdewala thx
    i linked it in the ingredients but here it is again

  4. Trupti Patel December 5, 2010 at 10:53 pm #

    Pls. send Mysore pak receipe.

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