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List of Indian condiments

Following is a list of condiments used in Indian cuisine.

Dried powders

Chutneys

  • Cilantro (coriander leaves) chutney
  • Coconut chutney
  • Garlic chutney (made from fresh garlic, coconut and groundnut)
  • Hang curd hari mirch pudina chutney (typical north Indian)
  • Lime chutney (made from whole, unripe limes)
  • Mango (keri) chutney (made from unripe, green mangoes)
  • Mint chutney
  • Onion chutney
  • Saunth chutney (made from dried ginger and tamarind paste)
  • Tamarind chutney (Imli chutney)
  • Tomato chutney

Sauces

  • Raita (a cucumber yogurt dip)

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