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Meetha Chutney

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Ingredients

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15 to 20 dates
1 cup tamarind mash
2 tsp cumin seeds
1/4 tsp fennel seeds (saunf)
1/2 cup grated jaggery
2 tsp Red chili powder
1 tsp dry ginger powder
1 tsp Black salt
salt

Nutritional information

656
calories
154.1 g
carbohydrates
5.7 g
protein
1.8 g
fat
3426 mg
sodium
43 mg
cholesterol

Meetha Chutney

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
  • 30 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

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With a sweet and tangy taste, this chutney is easily the most sought-after recipe that can be simply added to any dish to bring about a subtle and tangy taste. This meetha chutney makes a great accompaniment to most chats you can make at home. If you were mesmerized by the taste of this chutney when you had chat last time, you will be surprised at how simply this chutney can be made at home. This chutney can also be used as a dip for your fried snacks like crisps, samosas and kachoris.

Health benefits

  • Dates are fiber rich.
  • Dates are rich in anti-oxidants.
  • Tamarind aids in digestion and lowers blood cholesterol.
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How to make Meetha Chutney

  • Wash the dates, chop them roughly and keep aside.
  • Heat a pan and dry cook cumin and fennel seeds.
  • Cool and grind the cumin and fennel.
  • To a bowl, add the cumin, black salt, tamarind pulp, dates and powdered fennel, powdered red chili, powdered dry ginger, jaggery, salt and one cup of water.
  • Cook the mixture on moderate flame till it starts boiling.
  • On a low flame, continue cooking for six to eight minutes.

Trivia:

  • Low water and high sugar content give dates a long shelf life.
  • Of the more than 200 varieties of dates in the world, Medjool is the hardest to grow, hence the costliest.
  • One cup of dates converts into 400 calories.
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