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Sweet 'n Spicy Ginger Chutney: Collection of Instant Chutney Recipes

ginger chutney
Ginger chutney and that too sweet? There is nothing to be surprised here! This is a delectable blend of anti-inflammatory ginger and jaggery that gives you a lip-smacking treat - something that makes a perfect meal-time accompaniment.

Ginger is an anti-inflammatory with several health-friendly properties. While in India, we use ginger extensively during winters in our meals, I decided to use it differently. I wanted to make sweet ginger chutney so started surfing the world wide web for recipe.

Then I came across this ginger jam or spicy ginger chutney recipe from Bhojanarecipes.com. I made slight variation to the original recipe.





Sweet Ginger Chutney Ingredients 
1 cup -Fresh Ginger chopped
1/4 cup- Coriander seeds (sabut dhaniya)
1/4 cup- Cumin seeds (jeera)
1 tsp- Pepper (kali mirch)
2 tsp- Ajwain (carom seeds)
1 -Cardamom (elaichi)
2- Clove (laung)
2 tsp- Ghee (clarified butter)
Powdered jagerry (gur)- should be equal to the amount of the ground mixture
Salt- 1 tsp (depending on taste)

Spicy Ginger Chutney Procedure
  1. Cut ginger into small pieces.
  2. Take all ingredients except ghee, salt, and jaggery.
  3. Grind ginger, coriander seeds, jeera, pepper, ajwain, elaichi, laung.
  4. Take a pan.
  5. Put the ground mixture in a cup. We need equal amount of gur or jaggery.
  6. Add the ground spices and jaggery into the pan.
  7. Heat on a low flame.
  8. After 5 minutes, add ghee and salt.
  9. Fry and stir for 5-10 minutes.
  10. Your spicy ginger chutney is ready.
  11. Tastes good with rice.
  12. There are many other chutneys to be tried here.

Instant Chia seed chutney  OPOS:

OPOS chia seed chutney served with Chana Pulav with parboiled rice

I do not bring basmati rice home. If it's rice, it is always parboiled rice. So tried making chana pulav with whatever I had at hand :) Happy happy me!
CHIA SEED CHUTNEY


Chia seeds chutney recipe:
Ingredients 1 onion, 3 tomatoes, 1/2 green chilly (optional), a few garlic cloves, 1 tsp oil, 2 tsp chia seeds, 1 tsp roasted flax seed powder/ flax meal, 1/4 tsp jaggery powder, salt....

HOW TO MAKE CHIA SEED CHUTNEY
Layer with 1 tsp of oil, water, onion in the center and tomatoes and garlic around that, add the chia seeds above onions and then put a layer of flax meal...sprinkle salt and jaggery powder, ensuring it doesn't touch the bottom......5 whistles...little charring may be...open, mix and mash..grind..enjoy
black chana hummus (chutney)

OPOS stands for one pot one shot. It is the registered trademark of Rama Krishnan, the OPOS mentor. OPOS is all about quickest, cleanest cooking that reduces cooking steps.
coconut chutney with curry leaves 
roasted almond chutney



mango chutney 
tomato lauki chutney
dry coconut chutney with garlic



tomato chutney with roasted fenugreek
tomato chutney

Mixed fruit chutney jam

Sweet amla chutney



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