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Vrat ki chutney or falahari chutney are prepared without using onion and garlic. Today I am sharing three phalahari chutney or satvik chutney recipes with easily available ingredients, named vrat ki hari chutney, vrat ki peanut chutney and vrat ki coconut chutney which are served during fasting days or upvaas.

Vrat Ki Chutney | Phalahari Chutney | How To Make Vrat Ki Chutney

Vrat ki chutney or falahari chutney are prepared without using onion and garlic. Today I am sharing three phalahari chutney or satvik chutney recipes with easily available ingredients, named vrat ki hari chutney, vrat ki peanut chutney and vrat ki coconut chutney which are served during fasting days or upvaas. Navratri fasting days are celebrated…

Green coriander chutney or hari chutney is very famous for snacks like tikki, kababs, fritters and great for sandwiches.

Green Coriander Chutney | How To Make Hari Chutney

Green coriander chutney or hari chutney is very famous with snacks like tikki, kababs, fritters and great for sandwiches too. This chutney is also a  must have dip for any kind of stuff parathas. Blending green coriander, mint, green chili, ginger, garlic together and chutney is ready to serve in a few seconds. A little change in any of the ingredients…

Kothimbir Vadi is a popular Maharashtrian snack which is steamed and pan-fried. It is made with fresh coriander leaves, chickpea flour, spiced up using ginger, garlic, green chili, garam masala. Kothimbir Vadi is a glutenfree snack, you can have it in breakfast or a side dish in the Maharashtrian thali. 

Kothimbir Vadi | How To Make Maharashtrian Kothimbir Vadi | Green Coriander Frittata

Kothimbir Vadi is a popular Maharashtrian snack which is steamed and pan-fried. It is made with fresh coriander leaves, chickpea flour, spiced up using ginger, garlic, green chili, and garam masala. Kothimbir Vadi is a glutenfree snack, you can have it in breakfast or as a side dish in the Maharashtrian thali.  In the Marathi…