A warm or spicy condiment or pickle made in India, compounded of various vegetable substances, such as chopped fruits or green tomatoes, etc., often cooked with sweets and acids such as sugar and vinegar, with ginger and spices.
This is a condiment which contains fruit, vinegar, sugar and spices, and can be chunky or smooth. A traditional accompaniment to curries, sweeter chutneys are also served with bread and cheese as a complement to a simple meal.
A fruit condiment used commonly in Indian cuisine. It looks like fruit preserves, but contains vinegar, spices, and at times nuts. Its taste varies from sweet to tart, and mild to spicy. The most common chutney is mango. Back to the top
Sweet and sour fruit condiment.
Chutney is a product traditionally associated with curries and Indian food… and for good reason. The Hindi word "catni" means spicy, and refers to fruits and/or vegetables that have been slowly cooked into a jam-like condiment.
a condiment of fruit and/or vegetables cooked with sugar, spices, and vinegar.
chopped fruits or green tomatoes cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices
a fresh or cooked relish from the cuisine of India
a fruit condiment, rather like ketchup, mustard or cranberry sauce
a piquant relish from the cuisine of India
a savory fruit condiment that adds lots of flavor with a minimum of calories
a sweet-and-sour condiment made easy recipe of fruits and/or vegetables easy recipe cooked in vinegar, sugar and spices until easy recipe the combination has easy recipe the consistency of jam
a thick sauce of Indian origin that contains fruits or vegetables, vinegar, sugar, and spices and is used as a condiment
A universal element in Indian cooking, chutney is a condiment, often sweet, served to accompany the main dishes. At Paru's we usually serve coconut and tamarind chutneys.
A highly seasoned relish of fruits, herbs and spices.
is a sweet and spicy vegetable or fruit relish. Ours most often features apples and the mix is available packaged in the Global Pantry Store. Another great gift item or souvenir
A condiment which usually contains fruit or vegetables, sugar, vinegar and spices. Recipe: Green Tomato Chutney
Spiced, sweet and tangy vegetable and/or fruit relish.
An East Indian sweet pickle.
spicy relish made from fruits, sugar, vinegar and spices
An Indian relish made with fruits, vegetables and spices.
This spicy condiment contains fruit, vinegar, sugar and spices. It can range in texture from chunky to smooth and in degrees of spiciness from mild to hot. Chutney is a delicious accompaniment to curried dishes. The sweeter chutneys also make interesting bread spreads and are delicious served with cheese.
An indigenous sauce
The name for a large range of sauces or relishes used in East Indian cooking. Fresh chutneys have a bright, clean flavor and are usually thin, smooth sauces. Cilantro, mint, and tamarind are common in fresh chutney. Cooked chutneys have a deeper, broader flavor.
An Indian condiment made of spices and fruits or vegetables. Chutney can be purchased ready-made or prepared using one of the many available recipes.
Fresh relishes made with fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
a condiment mixture of fruit vinegar, sugar, and spices
sweet, spicy jamlike condiment served with Indian curries
A spicy condiment containing fruit, vinegar, sugar, and spices. Chutney can range from mild to hot and is often used as an accompaniment to curried dishes.
from the Hindi chatni, it is a condiment made from fruit, vinegar, sugar and spices; its texture can range from smooth to chunky and its flavor from mild to hot.
A spicy, fruity, sometimes marmalade-like Indian condiment.
A spicy condiment originating from India consisting of vegetables fruits and/or herbs. Many chutneys are cooked with vinegar sugar and spices. They may have a smooth or chunky texture and range from mild to very hot in flavor.
From the Hindi word 'chatni' meaning strong spices,...
A chutney (British spelling), chatni (Urdu or Hindi transliteration) or catni (archaic transliteration) is a term for a variety of sweet and spicy condiments, originally from South Asia. The chutney is known by name Bajji in Tulu and Gojju in Kannada. Chutney may be dry or wet.