Mango chutney originated in India and like many other varieties of tasty sauces ads color and taste to countless dishes. It can
be prepared with lots of different spices and depending on the plans
for using it can be mild, sweet and fruity or even fruity and spicy once it is cooked and matured. The recipe that you will find on this page will produce a fruity and mild chutney that can be used as an ideal accompaniment to countless savory dishes.
Feel free to add more hot curry powder and chili flakes if you want your chutney to become more spicy.
This recipe was inspired by the German recipe from dhell. You can find the link to her recipe below. Zum Rezept
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 40 to 45 minutes
Resting time: n.a. hour
Total time needed: 50 to 55 minutes
You can use some right away or fill it hot into glasses, close the lid tight and place it into the fridge once the mango chutney has cooled down. Stored like that it can stay fresh for up to 6 month.
It tastes great with a variety of meaty dishes, cheese, curries, baked potatoes and even as an additional condiment when making sandwiches.
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