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Green mango chutney

Green mango chutney
Mango chutney with cumin seeds
Type Chutney
Course Dessert
Place of origin Indian
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Raw mango
Cookbook: Green mango chutney 

Green mango chutney,[1] also known as raw mango chutney,[2] is an Indian chutney prepared from unripe mangoes.[3][4] Ripe mangoes are sweet and are not used for chutneys as they are eaten raw. Green unripe mangoes are hard and sour, and they are cooked as chutneys. Mango chutneys are tangy in taste.

Contents

  • Preparation 1
    • Ingredients 1.1
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Preparation

The mangoes are peeled and sprinkled with salt and turmeric, then fried in oil along with spices. Water is added and heated until the mango becomes soft.[5]

Ingredients

The main ingredients in green mango chutney are chopped raw mangoes and a mixture of cumin seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, fenugreek seeds and mustard seeds. An Australian variation of the dish features raisins and apples.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Green Mango Chutney". https://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com. Yahoo lifestyle. 
  2. ^ "Recipe: Raw mango chutney". Times Of India. 
  3. ^ "Make your own: Mango Chutney". Mother Nature Network. 
  4. ^ "Spiced Mango Chutney With Chiles". http://cooking.nytimes.com/. New York Times. 
  5. ^ "Annette's custom green mango chutney". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. 
  6. ^ "Mango chutney". http://www.sbs.com.au/. Special Broadcasting Service. 

External links

  • "Mango-Tamarind Chutney". 
  • "Green mango chutney". http://www.goodfood.com.au/. 
  • "Pickle recipes: mango chutney". Telegraph. 
  • "Mango chutney". BBC food. 
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