Dry Chutneys

    Solapuri Peanut Chutney - 200g

    ₹ 250

    Dry Garlic Coconut Chutney - 200g

    ₹ 250₹ 213

    Dry Chutney at Aazol

    Every Maharashtrian chutney has an excellent flavour to it, especially the dry ones. Primarily homemade, these chutneys have the power to spruce up your meal like nothing else. Aazol’s dry chutneys are made with love and care (and some very special spices) at home by our SHGs.

    Aazol has the ultimate vada pav chutney that goes excellently with everyone’s favourite Maharashtrian snack, as well as with anything else you want to pair it with. The other two dry chutneys are peanut chutney and flaxseed chutney sourced from different parts of Maharashtra. Aazol’s chutneys are made in small batches to retain optimal freshness and flavour.

    Dry Garlic Coconut Chutney

    As mentioned above, the dry garlic chutney for vada pav is made in almost all Maharashtrian households. Made with simple everyday ingredients like red chilli powder, desiccated coconut and garlic, it can also be had with a simple plate of rice and dal. Or maybe you can try it with other fried snacks like Kanda Bhaji or Pakoras with chai. Pair it with idli, dosas or paratha to replace the everyday boring coconut chutney and bring in  a new flavour to your table.

    The dry nature of this lasun khobra chutney gives it a longer shelf life and it can be easily carried along for long trips for a taste of homemade food and memories. Along with an explosion of flavours, this chutney has health benefits like,

    • It lowers blood pressure
    • It lowers cholesterol
    • It boosts red blood cells

    Solapuri Peanut Chutney

    The shengdana chutney is often made differently to appeal to the taste and preference of  each Maharashtrian family. Shengdana or peanut is grown majorly in Solapur; hence it is used in various ways for various dishes in this region. This mungfali ki chatni goes well with paratha or chilla and can be served with roti sabzi or as a snack. This dry chutney has a very mild flavour profile with a nutty taste and is very special to every Maharashtrian.

    Aazol’s peanut chutney powder stays well in an airtight container and has a long shelf life. But there is no guarantee that it will last long as family members are sure to finish it sooner than later almost eating it like a chakhna. The health benefits of  peanut chutney dry powder are varied, like

    • Aid in digestion
    • Rich in protein and fibre
    • Low glycemic index

    Omega 3 – Rich Flaxseed Chutney

    Flaxseed or javas chutney is a popular Maharashtrian accompaniment which is relatively unknown outside of the state. When we buy Indian chutney online we mostly look for unique creations from across the country so that we can explore every region’s palate too. Aazol’s flaxseed chutney powder is one such treat. Flaxseed or javas is a superfood, and this dry powder chutney will help you gain maximum health benefits along with great taste. The chutney goes well with roti sabzi, crepes, dosas, or dal rice. Sprinkle some on your salad and enjoy the nutty taste.

    The flaxseed chutney powder is the best vegetarian source of Omega-3 fatty acids. It also has dietary fibres and lignans. Enjoy this delightful homemade chutney in multiple ways. The multiple health benefits of this chutney are

    • Lowers blood pressure
    • Prevents Constipation
    • Improves Metabolism


    Is chutney powder good for your health?

    When you buy homemade chutney online from Aazol, which are made in limited batches, you get all the possible health benefits from the natural ingredients used to make them. The process used to make these chutneys is traditional, and special care is taken to maintain optimal freshness.

    Is chutney good for heart patients?

    Most of Aazol’s dry chutneys are heart friendly as they lower cholesterol and can be eaten by all in limited quantities. Aazol’s dry garlic chutney is high in antioxidants, Solapuri peanut chutney promotes heart health, and Omega 3-rich flaxseed chutney helps manage weight. Hence, we can safely say anyone can have these chutneys with their everyday meals in limited quantity.

    What is the difference between pickle and chutney?

    The difference between pickle and chutney is in the texture and ingredients used. In India, we consume both with equal love. Pickles are made from vegetables or fruits like raw mangoes, carrots, amla etc. They are made once a year and enjoyed throughout. In comparison, chutney is made in small batches for immediate consumption. Chutneys can be made with dry or wet ingredients.

    How long will homemade chutney last in the fridge?

    All dry chutneys from Aazol last for six months from the packaging date. You can store them in the fridge for that duration once you open the packet. But we are sure it will be over much before that.

    Which chutney powder is best?

    The dry chutneys at Aazol are an all crowd favourite as they have great taste and a host of health benefits. We recommend you try all of them at least once to discover your preferred option. Some customers swear by our Solapuri chutney as a chakhna or as a mid-meal snack. And some love to make a dip from our flaxseed chutney. A customer also recommended using the dry garlic chutney for butter garlic prawns as a marinade.

    Aazol's Dry Chutney at Glance

    Dry Chutneys
    Health Benefits
    • Aids in Digestion
    • Low Glycemic Index
    • Lower Cholesterol
    Solapuri Peanut Chutney Rs.195/-
    • Good for Bones
    • Lower Cholesterol
    • Rich in Essential Minerals
    Omega 3-rich Flaxseed Chutney Rs.195/-
    • Fibre Rich
    • Helps Manage Weight
    • Improves Metabolism
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