#Foodventures – Sweet and Spicy Mango Chutney

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  1. A.P.Singh says:

    all kinds of chutneys are very much liked in my home..wonderful recipe

  2. Yummy !!! Will have to try ….. 🙂
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  3. Julia says:

    I have had chutneys a few times, but now I want to try these again.

  4. richa singh says:

    I have a steady supply of home made chutneys in my refrigerator. It seems the idea of adding zing to life and food never dies on me 😀

  5. Sreesha says:

    I used to have this habit of mixing a sweet (laddoo or jalebi or whatever was there at home) with rice and gravy. It tasted a whole lot better, but everyone used to make fun of me.
    My mother assumed it had something to do with the fact that she gorged on Gujju food a lot when she was pregnant with me; she was in Ahmedabad. Even I am very, very fond of Gujju food, and one of the main reasons is that they add a bit of jaggery to all their gravies.
    Interestingly, on their own, I’m not very fond of sweets 😛
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  6. Meena Menon says:

    Did you try making this at home. This just yummmmmmmmmmmm

  7. I’ve always wanted to try out Chilli Chocolate, and Paan Icecream. Looks like I’ve got to take up this #foodventure soon!

    P.S: I’m currently loving the Sweet Lime Pickle. I have it with everything! 😀

  8. Obsessivemom says:

    Sweet and sour come together really well I think and chutneys can really liven up your food. In fact when the husband asks for a chutney it’s his way of indicating that what he has on his plate isn’t interesting enough!

  9. We have a Goan version of this too, Parul, complete with raisins and all. Just the other day I made a spicy bimbli pickle with jaggery to kill the sourness.

    Puri and mango pulp is great combination too!

  10. Hammad Rais says:

    My Nani and Dadi were masters in chutney and pickle making, apart from ruling the kitchen. Just like you said, as soon as spring would knock on our doors every year, preparation of mango chutneys and pickles would go into full swing. Those giant jars used for the preparation were bought back in the 50’s I think and were used till mid 00’s.

  11. Anks says:

    Spicy Mango Chutney sounds yum…. there is a gujrati version called Chhunda which is made from raw mangoes, sugar and spices.. i loved it as a child!

  12. Esha M Dutta says:

    Aah! Your post got me drooling! Chutneys are a family favourite and my mom makes some every time she comes to stay with us…and they are simply the best! So many memories come associated with food, no?! 🙂

  13. Rajiv Bakshi says:

    Parul Mam , come over to Ludhiana , your baggage will be full of chutney , masalas , acchars of all kind . You need a break to visit Punjab once .

  14. Nabanita says:

    Ahh I love chutneys especially the ones my grandmother used to make.. I miss her and her chutneys so much…anyways..as you say these do bring that extra bit of zing to every day cuisine..

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