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A Simple and Savory Tandoori Mango Chutney Recipe

This recipe captures the smoky essence of tandoori cooking in a vibrant and flavorful chutney. Perfectly balanced between sweet, tart, and spicy, it's a delightful condiment for any meal. 


* 1 raw mango (unripe)

* Fresh mint leaves, to taste

* 1-2 green chilies, depending on desired spice level

* 2 tablespoons date palm jaggery (or honey) increase the amount to suit your taste buds

* Black salt, to taste

* 1 onion, chopped


1. **Roast the Mango:** Using a gas stovetop, char the raw mango directly over an open flame. Rotate the mango frequently to ensure even roasting, until the skin appears blackened and blistered. 

2. **Cool and Peel:**  Immediately transfer the roasted mango to a bowl of cold water. This sudden temperature change helps loosen the skin. Once cool enough to handle, peel away the charred skin – it should come off easily. 

3. **Prepare the Chutney:**  In a food processor or blender, combine the peeled mango flesh, mint leaves, green chilies, date palm jaggery (or chosen sweetener), black salt, and chopped onion. 

4. **Blend and Adjust:**  Process the mixture until it reaches a desired chutney consistency, somewhere between a coarse relish and a smooth puree. Adjust the amount of mint, chilies, and sweetener to your taste preference.

Serving Suggestions

* Enjoy this chutney alongside grilled meats, curries, or vegetable dishes. 

* Spread it on toast or crackers for a tangy and flavorful appetizer. 

* Use it as a dipping sauce for samosas or pakoras.


* For a more intense smoky flavor, consider charring the onion alongside the mango.

* If you don't have date palm jaggery, honey can be substituted or any other sweetener should work here. Adjust the amount based on the sweetness of your chosen ingredient.

* Leftover chutney can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

This simple recipe allows you to create a delicious and versatile tandoori mango chutney in the comfort of your own kitchen. Enjoy the delightful blend of sweet, tart, and smoky flavors! 


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