Thursday, June 7, 2012

Mango chutney


2 mangos cubed without peel
1 red bell pepper chopped
1/2 cup brown sugar
2/3 cup white vinegar
1 tsp mustard seeds* slightly crushed


* I used a combination of black and brown mustard seeds.
Combine everything and bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring often.  
Reduce heat and simmer for about 1 hour until it gets to a thick consistency like jam, stir often.
Serve hot with rice and flatbreads or transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.



This recipe is from the book, The Vegetarian Kitchen Table Cookbook by Igor Brotto and Oliver Guiriec.  I tried a few recipes from the 275 recipes included in this book, as I found it easy to follow and the ingredients are easy to find.  
I like the variety of dishes they have included in this book.  It is separated into appetizers, salads, light bites, soups, main dishes, sides, basics and condiments and desserts.  The selections of recipes are not specified to any type of cuisine.  
There are many dishes with a variety of flavours and combinations that we can make for any occasion.  The book has a few pictures of the dishes.  It is a useful book for beginners and the experienced cooks.  This book is available online i.e. Amazon and at bookstores i.e. Chapters/Indigo.  


This recipe goes to only series mango at Anu's site, Mango mania 99dish name starts with M

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49 comments:

  1. Mango chutney is one of my favorites.

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  2. Wow this is so easy n yummy

    Event: Dish name starts with M

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  3. interesting and easy recipe..i would love the tangy and spicy taste of this..yumm

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  4. So simple and easy. I just finished all my mangoes yesterday last by making aam-ras out of them. The next time, I'm surely going to make this.

    Didn't you need to add any salt or spice to this chutney?!
    (you can reply here, I'll come back to check!)

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    1. no salt or other spices other than the mustard seeds. it is very simple and delicious hope you get to try

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  5. This is lovely Ahkeela. I love mango chutney.

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  6. soooo yummm,....

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  7. That's perfect for the season..Nice recipe.

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  8. Mango chutney is one of my favorites. So good!

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  9. Never made it...I should give it a go! Happy week end

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  10. Slurp mouthwatering here..Delicious and super tempting..

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  11. This looks amazing. Mangos just came into season now. Cant wait to try this.

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  12. I love this and never knew it was this easy to make.

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  13. Wonderful! There are a million applications for a delicious chutney such as this - I quite like the presentation in a jar. Very rustic looking!

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  14. Nunca lo he probado , pero por lo que estoy viendo me va a encantar, besos

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  15. That's a great recipe and the pic is really tempting.

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  16. delicious chutney.Ongoing event : Street Party Food in my blog .

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  17. Awesome looking chutney! Did you use ripe or unripe mangoes or can you use both?

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    1. I used almost ripe mango which was still firm, the recipe didn't specify so we can use either

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  18. Your chutney looks very delicious! I love the simplicity of the recipe.

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  19. Love this take on a mango chutney!! I must try it. Have a wonderful weekend! ~ Ramona :)

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  20. Nice mango chutney..somewhat similar to the Sindhi recipe.

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  21. looks so juicy and tempting...lovely snap!

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  23. It is delicius. I like very much.
    Good day

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  24. very new recipe of chutney. never tried adding bellpepper to chutneys. looks divine.

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  25. mmm.. perfect for the season..love the chutney.

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  26. perfectly done mango chutney...never tried bell pepper in mango chuteny....nice idea..and yummy recipe...book marked..love the click....

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  27. I love your recipes and I love your photos.

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  28. I love your recipes and I love your photos.

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  29. Oh I bet that is delicious! It looks pretty great.

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  30. Homemade mango chutney sounds soooo good...i can already imagine this tasting delicious in so many sandwiches

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  31. This chutney sounds amazing! Must give this a try soon!

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