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Hot ’n’ Sweet Raisin Chutney Recipe

by SaleBhai Team - 17-Oct-2016 - Recipes
Raisin Chutney

Thank goodness for Indian condiments – where would our samosas and rotis be without generous dollops of achaars and chutneys? So, instead of saving those sultanas for cakes and pulao, mix them up with peppercorns and ginger for a delightful chutney to go with your meals. Easy-peasy to make, even easier to finish up. 

 

Ingredients:

Raisins - 1 cup
Chopped fresh ginger - 1 tbsp
Freshly ground black pepper - ½ tsp
Salt - ½ tsp
Water - 4 tbsp
Lemon - ½

 

Preparation:

  • Mix all ingredients in a blender to a coarse paste
  • Squeeze in lemon juice last
  • Refrigerate and use within two weeks

 

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