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Sweet and Sour Chudu

Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
Chutney is a mouthwatering sweet and sour condiment that your can eat with many snacks. We often make a big batch of Mango chutney during peak mango season and preserve it to enjoy it with almost everything from dinner to breakfast during off-season.

Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
I recently finished a jar of Raw (or Green Unripe) Mango Chutney and realized I have not shared recipe for this with my reader friends. I took this pics in hurry while canning a batch of chutney for few guests. So please bear with me, I will be updating the pictures whenever I get chance to make chutney again.

Enjoy this delicious chutney with toast for breakfast Or with rice or grilled meat for dinner.

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Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney

Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
Total Time Prep Time Cook Time Serves 5

Ingredients

Directions

  • Step for Recipe - Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
    1. Grate mangoes using grater with highest setting, I have used my regular grater, but more coarse grater results in chunky chutney.
  • Step for Recipe - Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
    2. In a non-reactive pan, add mangoes, sugar, ginger, red pepper, salt, peppercorns.
  • Step for Recipe - Sweet and Spicy Raw (Green) Mango Chutney
    3. Mix well and cook at medium heat till mangoes have cooked. Grated raw mango pieces will be transparent at this stage.
  • 4. Continue cooking till sugar syrup has consistency of a syrup. Pour in glass container and keep refrigerated for up to 1 month or freeze it for up to 1 year. You can also can it per canning instruction on canning jar and keep it in cool dark place for up-to 6 months.

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