Indispensable in Indian cuisines for awakening the appetite, chutneys can range in flavor, textures, and ingredients. Chutneys are exotic in taste without the fat. They may also be called relish, condiments salsas, dips. Chutneys offer a burst of flavor. No Indian meal would be complete without them.
Chutney comes from the Hindu word "chatni," meaning "for licking" as in savoring or relishing an appetizing flavor or pleasing taste. The art of making chutneys dates back hundreds of years. In India, there are more than 3,000 varieties of chutney, and each family makes their own version. India is famous for its chutneys.
They are incredibly versatile. Chutneys go with everything - fish, roast beef sandwiches, grilled chicken and meats, pappadums and even tortilla chips. They add an extra dimension to meals and will satisfy the the taste buds and
make meals more tasty. Next time you want to add Oomph to your meal try some of the Chutneys in our store
Sweet Mango Chutney - This mango chutney is slightly sweet and spicy with a mild hint of garlic. Small mango pieces in this chutney make it even more delectable. Try as a spread for sandwiches or serve with rice.
Hot Mango Chutney (Sweet) A sweet, tangy mango chutney, made from large chunks of mango, flavored with ginger and vinegar. Serve this flavorful chutney with any Indian meal, or use it as a spread for breads or roasted or grilled meats, matris, masala puris or rotis
(Most Popular) Chunnda - Hot Mango Chutney This thick, invigorating condiment contains mango slices, chiles, and cloves. It has a hot, bright, sweet-sour flavor. Use it to complement meals.
(Our Favorite) Gorkeri - Sweet Mango Chutney This thick, invigorating condiment contains mango puree, which is seasoned with mustard seeds and fenugreek. It has a hot, sweet-sour flavor. Use it to complement meals.
Sweet Lime Chutney Similar taste to the Gorkeri above but made with limes.
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