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chutney

a type of music popular in the Caribbean Asian community, much influenced by calypso
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Bastar (Chhattisgarh) [India], Mar 12 ( ANI ): Two of the tribal foods of Chhattisgarh's Bastar - Chapda chutney and Dona Pudga - have made it to the international food menu, thanks to, celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, who loved them so much he decided to add them in his menu
Finish the mint chutney by adding the chopped fresh mint.
49 and the varieties include real ale chutney, ploughman pickle, fig and balsamic vinegar and sweet onion relish.
There's plenty going on already but if you did want to add cheese, I would recommend something like feta, which is almost kind of cooling with the saltiness sitting nicely alongside the sweetness coming from the mango chutney in the burger.
This chutney improves with age and will keep well for a year if unopened.
Spoon chutney into an ovenproof baking dish and spread it over the base.
Serap Slorach, left, and Emer Chatterjee of Yummy Things jam and chutney company, Gosforth, Newcastle
Joseph Heler teamed up with Geeta's, the best-selling premium Indian chutney brand, in 2012 to create the next big thing in the cheese world.
But he admitted 66-yearold Margaret Goodwin, who he had given the chutney, was lucky to escape unhurt.
Not any old mango chutney but a particular brand which I've only seen for sale in a certain Menai Bridge supermarket.