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How To Make Sweet Mango Chutney

by SaleBhai Team - 13-May-2016 - Recipes
Mango Chutney

How to make sweet mango chutney at home? Convert the seasonal delight of ripe mangoes to an all-time delicacy with this easy-to-make recipe. Serve this special mango chutney with rice, paratha, idli, and dosa for that 'yum' feeling.

 

Ingredients:

Ripe mangoes (small) - 4
Grated coconut - 1 cup
Kashmiri chillies (red) - 2 to 3
Garlic cloves - 2
Tamarind - 1/2 inch piece
Salt - as per taste
Jaggery - as per taste

 

Preparation:

1. Grind the coconut, chillies, and tamarind
2. Add jaggery and salt to the fine paste (you can add a little water if required)
3. Combine the mixture well
4. Peel and cut the mangoes, throwing away the seeds
5. Add the mangoes to the mixture.
6. Mix well and your mango chutney is ready

 

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