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INGREDIENTS
Main Ingredients
1/2 cups Tamarind
Tamarind Tamarind are pod-like fruits used extensively in cuisines around the globe. It is 12-15cm in length with a hard, brown shell. The flesh is juicy and had acidulous flesh colored brown-reddish brown, when ripe. It is sweet and sour in taste. It is used in making savory dishes and also...
  • tamarindo
  • Sal
  • imalee
    (इमली)
1/2 cups Jaggery
Jaggery Jaggery is sweet in taste as the preliminary ingredient of its preparation is sugarcane. Jaggery is known as \'gudh or gurh\' in India and is very common to many desserts and is considered to be good to be consumed during winters. Jaggery is added to many curries in Gujarat and...
  • gud
1/4 cups raisins
Raisin Raisins are dried grapes. There are several varieties of raisins. Raisins are used in both sweet and savory dishes. It is also extensively used to add flavor to cookies, cakes, pudding and breakfast cereal....
  • pasa
  • kishmish
    (किशमिश)
1/2 teaspoon rock salt
rock salt
Also known as : halite
Rock salt or halite is found in a rock form and is considered to be more healthy than table salt. It has a pungent taste which is very different from sea salt. Rock salt is usually added in sour-salty dishes and to some fruits. it is Large, chunky, nonuniform...
  • kala namak
1/4 teaspoon red chili powder
red chili powder Red chili powder is the powdered form of dried red chilies. It is either grounded extremely fine or it is grounded thick in the form of small or big flakes. The intensity of hotness of the chili is dependent on the dried red chilies and its origin. Popularly consumed in...
  • Lal mirch powder
    (लाल मिर्च पाउडर)
1/2 teaspoons Cumin Powder
Cumin Powder Cumin powder is made by roasting cumin seeds and grinding them into fine powder. Cumin powder has strong flavor and aroma and is used in dishes as seasoning or can be added normally as it is already roasted....
    1/4 teaspoon Cardamom powder
    Cardamom powder Cardamom are large brown or small green pods filled with small aromatic seeds. It is grind to make a fine powder which is then used to flavor savory and sweet drinks and dishes....
    • ilaayachee paudar
      ( इलायची पाउडर)
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    Lives in : Delhi India I love cooking and sharing my recipes with others.
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    This Sweet Chutney is easy to make and works like a charm with paratha, toast and pakoda, apart from using in chaats.
    Preparation
    Main Preperation Steps
    • Soak tamarind/imli with 1 cup water in a bowl and, soak raisins with water in another bowl, for 10 mins or more.

    • Now, Extract juice from tamarind and grind the raisins to form a paste of it.

    • Cook extracted tamarind juice in a pan or wok until it starts to boil. Now add jaggery, raisins paste, red chili powder, cumin powder, rock salt and mix well.

    • Cook in medium flame until jaggery dissolves and chutney becomes thick while stirring regularly. Add cardamom powder. Mix well and turn off the flame.

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