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1. Wash wipe dry and cut the tomatoes into fours. Pick and clean the raisins. 2. In a thick bottomed vessel put in the tomato pieces minced ginger and garlic along with the sugar vinegar and salt. Set to boil on low heat. 3. When half done add the raisins and
Tomato Sweet Chutney
Put the chopped garlic ginger and 1 2 cup of the vinegar into the container of an electric blender and blend at high speed until smooth. In a 4 quart heavy bottomed pot with non metallic finish place the tomatoes and juice from the can the rest of the vinegar
Sweet Tomato Chutney
MAKING 1 In a large saucepan of water heat water to boil and take away from heat. 2 Add in 8 12 peaches allow to remain for a minute then take out 1 peach and pare off the skin and keep it aside. 3 Continue the same process with the other peaches in the water.
Sweet Peach Chutney
1 Soak tamarind in 1 1 2 cups of hot water for 10 minutes. Squeeze and strain out juice from the soaked tamarind. 2 Mix all of the seeds and grind to a fine powder. And grind the jaggery into a fine powder as well. 3 Heat oil in a pan add the powdered masala
Mix sugar and 3 cups water till sugar dissolves. Put pan onto fire and boil briskly till thick and syrupy. Add salt chilli powder turmeric and saffron. Bring to the boil. Add mangoes and cook till jam like consistency is formed. Add vinegar and boil just once
Grated Sweet Chutney
Bring pineapple cumin fennel cinnamon coriander cayenne pepper black pepper lemon juice salt and sugar to a boil in non aluminum saucepan stirring frequently reduce heat. Simmer for 30 minutes or until consistency of jam stirring frequently. Spoon into two 1 2
Sweet Pineapple Chutney
1. Stone dates. Soak tamarind in a little water for 15 minutes. Extract pulp. 2. Grind together dates and tamarind. Add sugar and salt.
Peel and chop apples and onions. Chop up the dates and put all the ingredients into a large pan. Boil for about an hour and bottle when cold.