Saturday, March 31, 2012

Dates chutney-Dry Fruits Chutney

Dates Chutney
Yesterday i am cleaning my Fridge...in this process i saw one packet full of Dates....this is the wonderful result........in this chutney i added somes Apricots and Raisins also....




  1. Dates                       1 cup(de seeded and cut into small pieces)
  2. Raisins,Apricots       1/2 cup(Apricots also de seeded and cut small in to pieces,Raisins are seed less directly i used)
  3. Jaggery                  1/2 cup
  4. Red chilli powder   1 table spoon
  5. Salt                       1 table spoon
  6. Mustard seeds         1/2 teaspoon(pounded coarsely  in Mortal) 
  7. Cumin seeds           1 tea spoon(Fry for few min(till seeds turn it to brown color iand nice aroma comes)in a Pan,pounded coarsely in Mortal.
  8. Tamarind juice       2 table spoonsspoon
  9. Water                   2 cups
(Instead of Tamarind Juice we can Use White Vinegar or Lime juice also.)


Method:

  1. Heat thick bottomed pan and put all the above ingredients  and cook over medium heat for 30 to 40 min. till the chutney thickens.
  2. After chutney become cool store it into clean and dried glass jar or bottle.
  3. Serve with Indian breads or any Rice items....i served with Mooli Paratha(Radish Paratha)

Dates,Apricots,Raisins
Pieces of Dry fruits
 Dry Fruit Pieces,Spiced Ingredients

Mixer of Spices and Dry Fruits in Pan





Dates Chutney is ready to Serve


9 comments:

  1. wow...u done this chutney perfectly. n the pics r very clean n cool.
    Maha

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  2. Hello dear...broccoli roti yes it's much similar to gobi parata....well lot heathier too! :)

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  3. Never tried chutney with dates.. sounds different.. wud lov to try :)
    You have a lovely space here.. following you already

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  4. Sweet and spicy, that's is really nice!

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  5. This is a nice version !! I must try this :) amazing that there are so many versions of this chutney .

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  6. Chutney looks so good .I do not add apricots.

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  7. first time to ur blog...dry fruit chutney sounds delicious..

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