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Mango Chutney

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Mango Chutney

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    • 25 mins
    • Serves 2
    • Medium

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    Chutney refers to a family of condiments from South Asian cuisine, and it is similar to salsa in America. You will not find a right or wrong recipe. All you need to do is mix fruit or vegetables in the right quantity and add spices to enhance the flavor. Among all the chutneys you can taste, mango chutney takes the first place. Mango is the king of fruits and deserves this place. Mango chutney is a perfect side dish or condiment. You can easily place it in a small tiffin box for lunch away from home.

    Health Benefits

    Impressive amounts of vitamin C, vitamin A, and flavonoids like beta-carotene, alpha-carotene and beta cryptoxanthin in mangos help provide benefits, such as a healthy immune system, normal blood pressure, good vision and strong bones, plus added protection from certain cancers.

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    How to Make It

    1. Place the mango slices in a large bowl and sprinkle with salt. Let stand overnight.
    2. The next day, drain off the juice and rinse the fruit.
    3. Place the garlic, sugar, apples, mustard, ginger, vinegar and cayenne pepper in a pan.
    4. Cook over low heat to dissolve the sugar
    5. Bring to a boil.
    6. Add the mangoes.
    7. Simmer for 30 minutes until the chutney is thick and syrupy.
    8. Pour the mango chutney into sterilized jars and seal.
    9. Serve it alongside rice, dosa, idli or chapati.

    Tip:

    Keep your meal warm and tasty by storing it in a Vaya Tyffyn box. No need to reheat your food in the microwave oven. Not when your Vaya Tyffyn box can keep it steaming hot as if it was just delivered from the pot!

    Trivia

    According to ‘India and the Origins of Chutneys’, many people believe chutneys to be an English invention. In fact, the dish originates from Northern India as a method of preserving food. Indeed, the word chutney itself is a corruption of the Indian chatni.

    Bhavani

    Bhavani is chiefly a food blogger and a performer and trainer of classical South Indian music. When she's not writing or singing, she interests herself with vegetarian cooking, DIY crafts, and spending time with friends and family.

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