Peanut Chutney- Healthy Travel Snack
Got travel this season? Bring some chutney!
We all know the feeling of standing in the airport or convenient store and thinking “what the heck can i eat!?” On travel days, especially air travel we bring our delicious peanut chutney wherever we go. Alongside optimizing the Ayurvedic Travel Tips, we have a few suggestions to share with you on how to stay satiated, keep agni balanced and be ready to jump into vacationland with ease.
Peanut Chutney is a nourishing and easy healthy travel snack that makes you feel good!
Kept in a small jar, tucked in a purse or pack, this delicious dry chutney can be used as an excellent addition to our Fenugreek Roti recipe. This is a common practice in India, offering tasty food that is not overly complicated and stores well. Although dry, the oily nature of the nut and sweet blend, along with the sweetness of coconut, make this a nourishing choice for the Winter season when we are working to increase strength of the body and support immune function and stabilization.
Winter tonification is recommended after the Autumn Cleanse program. We work closely to clear out excess dosha or accumulation of imbalance in the body from the Summer and early Autumn seasons, followed by digestive care to make sure the body is clear and ready to process the heavy qualities now appropriate for the body. If this blend feels too heavy or hard to digest consider incorporating some of the Agni Spice Blend into the mix.
Dry peanut chutney is one of the best healthy travel snacks!
The chutney can be enjoyed as a sprinkle or topping, added to whole fat plain yogurt to make it a sauce on the go, or nibbled on for a tasty snack. Creating a delicious, nutritious and digestive blend of happiness. Try mixing with olive oil as a dip for whole wheat or sourdough bread. We will be packing this and our bags to enjoy on our travels this season. Storing in a spice jar makes it acceptable for airline size requirements and easy to keep in a purse or pack. Toss a couple Fenugreek Roti in your bag and you have everything you need to curb hunger, keep digestive fire balanced, feel comfortable and happy as you work your way to your final destination.
Peanut Travel Chutney
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 5 Minutes
Total time: 10 Minutes
- 1 Cup Dry Raw Peanuts (can sub Almonds)
- 1 Cup Dried Coconut
- 1 Cup Sesame Seeds
- Dried Chili Peppers as desired
- 1 Tbl Roasted Cumin Seed
- Salt to Taste