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Begun-er Tok: Bengali Style Sweet and Sour Eggplant Chutney

 

 

 

Here is a simple dish where eggplants are sauteed and cooked in a sweet and sour sauce with tamarind and raisins.

 

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Sweet and Spicy Green Mango Chutney: Kancha Aamer Chutney

 

 

While the term “chutney” is observed upon as a condiment by the rest of the world, it plays a quite different role in Bengali cuisine. Chutney is an essential part of the multi-course Bengali meal. It is not a condiment, and it is not to be paired with meat or cheese. The [...]

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Spiced Strawberry Chutney

 

Strawberries are synonymous with spring and summer.

 

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Anarosher Chutney – Indian Spiced Pineapple Chutney

Included in Gourmet Live’s Weekly Roundup: Pineapple Perfection

 

While the word “Chutney” is universally used, the word itself and the concept of this condiment is loaned from India. In general terms, Chutney can refer to anything from a simple relish, to pickles or even preserves and can be sweet or savory [...]

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Sweet & Spicy Fruit Chutney – Spread the Warmth

 

I have said this before. A spoon (or more ) of chutney after meals is a must in all traditional Bengali meals. Known to have a sweet tooth, it is not limited to just desserts – the meal must end in a sweet note too. Which is really nice & fulfilling I [...]

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