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chutney

a type of music popular in the Caribbean Asian community, much influenced by calypso
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At the end, like two good Bengalis, we had Aamsatta Khejoor Aloo Bokhara Chatni ( sweet chutney made with aam papad , dates and plum; ` 90) and the must- have Mishti Doi ( ` 60).
Apart from delicious grilled lobster, prawns and fish, this area is famous for its spices, and the dosa, a fried fermented rice and lentil-flour crepe, is often served with a hot, orange lentil sambar sauce and another bowl of mild coconut chatni.
Chutney (chutni or chatni in India) may be the most versatile Indian food, and the one food that is used throughout India.
Natives of the East (ketchup comes from the Chinese word ke-tsiap, meaning "seasoned fish sauce," while chutney comes from the Hindustani word chatni, meaning "sweet and hot sauce"), these two sauces so popular among Anglo-Saxons are in effect a type of preserve.
High prevalence of anemia could be due to poor nutritional status and ill health, it is due to most of the population in this region are used to eat rice and tomato chatni only.
Khichdi, kadhi, bajar na rotla (bajar roti), chatni (paste of garlic and chilli powder) khaman dhokla and subji form the staple.
The hard-boiled category, also called candy, includes Fanty, Butter Scotch (Candyland), AamRus, Chooran Chatni, Khopra candy (Hilal), 4ever (Kidco), and Creamers and Fruit Bonbons (Mayfair).
Tenders are invited for Hot Tiffin (4 Boxes Along with Chatni Dibi) Qty - 18658
Visitors of Pakistani Stall were also served with Samosas, Pakoras with Podina Chatni and they were appreciative of spicy taste of Pakistani food.
The bazaars and markets are flooded with open-pickle, jams, chatni, kheer, pakora and samosas, cut-fruits and other snakes openly available without any cover.