In order to make this dish, I would say that I have read hundreds of recipes. I wanted to get the idea of how chutney really taste. When I first tried chutney in one Indian restaurant I have to admit that I was not impressed. It was too bitter and sour for me. The next one that I tried in a different restaurant was the right one, sweet and sour with a bit of a spicy note. The recipe for my chutney is spicy, sweet and gingery. This is how I like it and I hope you will too.
– 3 regular size tomatoes
– 2 small onions
– 2 red apple
– 3 cloves garlic
– 2 chili peppers
– 200 g sugar
– 1 teaspoon salt
– 150 ml white vinegar
– black pepper
– 1 inch ginger
– a pinch of cayenne pepper
Chop all the veggies and the apple and let them soften in a preheated casserole for 3-4 minutes. Add the dry ingredients and boil for another 10-15 minutes. At last add the vinegar and boil for 10 more minutes. Pour the hot chutney at the blender and blend just to make the mixture more smooth. Bring it back to the cooker and boil for another 5-7 minutes. You can serve it hot, but when you try it cold the next day you will love it even more.
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I loved the use of apple in your chutney:). Awesome job and thanks for linking me!
Thanks for the feedback. I am trying to add something from myself in each recipe.