There is something about freshly ground chutneys; the aroma, the flavour, the hint of newness that makes us life-long devotees ! A simple dal rice can be elevated to a meal worthy of kings with fresh chutney, adding a much-needed spicy, tangy and pungent kick to it.
The Maharashtrian thecha is fresh chilly chutney made with new green or red chillies. The thechas are a rustic chutney enjoyed by all, from the ordinary farmer to the city dweller. Did you know the word ‘thecha’ means ‘to crush? Usually homemade with a mortar and pestle, these are made in small quantities. And that’s really where the aroma and the flavour both burst forth, when coarsely ground to allow their release.
The rustic Maharashtrian green chilli chutney is made with fresh green chilli, and coriander. Aazol’s green chilli garlic chutney is made traditionally using all-natural every day ingredients. The Kolhapuri chilly is famous worldwide for its spice quotient, and the city is known for its hospitality. The green thecha comes from our SHG in Gargoti, Kolhapur. This green chilli chutney goes well with Thalipeeth - a multigrain paratha or daal rice. You can get innovative and use it.
Not only the taste, but you also get benefits like:
The Maharashtrian fresh red chilly garlic chutney can add zing to any meal. The hand-pounded red chilli chutney comes from Vidharbha – a northeastern region in Maharashtra, a must-have for all locals there. The area is known for its hot arid climate and the equally warm nature of its people. The thecha is made in small batches to stay fresh for a long time. The spicy red chilli chutney comes from our SHG in Wayfad village in Maharashtra. Enjoy it with paratha, the chilla, or zunka and bhakri (gram flour curry and roti). You can get innovative and use it in the following ways;
Not only taste, but you also get benefits like:
Aazol’s Thechas or Wet Chutney at glance
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|Kolhapuri Green Chilli Chutney||Rs.295/-||
|Varhadi Spicy Red Chilli Chutney||Rs.325/-||