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Indian Sweet Mango Chutney Recipe: easy and delicious sweet-tart mango chutney made using raw green mangoes and basic spices. It’s ready in 20 mins, Vegan + Gluten-Free and stays in the fridge up to 15 – 20 days.
Hi my lovely readers, hope you had a great weekend. This weekend, I made this Indian Sweet Mango Chutney Recipe also called as ‘Chunda / Aam ki Launji’ in India.
It’s hands down my FAVORITE Indian pickle or chutney ever ( I made it for the 3rd time in two months) !!!
This Indian Sweet Mango Chutney is a perfect combination of sweet-tart and I can literally eat it with all our meals/snacks or even slathered on toast.
It’s what I look forward to every summer cause no matter how much we make it thinking we’ll be able to consume the whole year, it always ends up finishing quickly.
Now, I’m a winter person….I mean I love winters more than the summer.
However, the only reason for me to look forward to summers is all the seasonal fruits we get like mangoes, lychee, guavas, cherry and etc.
And if you’re a dessert-loving person, it’s the perfect time to make or eat freshly prepared turnovers, pies, cakes, ice-cream, pudding.
I mean we do get them all year round but nothing compares to eating fresh seasonal ingredient dishes.
Similarly, this Indian Sweet Mango Chutney Recipe can ONLY BE MADE using raw green mangoes.
As the raw mango adds such a delicious tart flavor to this otherwise sweet chutney.
Hence, it’s also called ‘Raw Mango Chutney’ or ‘Fresh Mango Chutney’.
So as soon as I got green mango this time for the chutney, I knew it’s coming here on the blog.
Many friends have already asked for the recipe number of times and I thought I had already posted it last year but that wasn’t the case.
So, here I’m on a Monday morning, sitting with my cup of coffee, chutney slathered toast and chatting up with you about this.
Now, the chutney recipe is really simple and you can adjust the sweet-tart flavor as per your taste.
Also, here are some tips on making the chutney.
1. Mango should be Raw with not many spots.
2. Wash the mango and dry completely. (it shouldn’t have any water when grating it).
3. Grating it thinner will ensure it’s cooked quickly.
4. If using jaggery (like I do in this recipe), grate the jaggery too for even absorption.
5. The jar or dish you’ll use to store or serve the jam should be absolutely clean and dry (sterile jars are best for storing any jams/pickle/chutney).
6. You can add less or more water depending on how you like the chutney, just remember to cook it properly.
7. The COLOR (Everyone asks me this), comes from ‘Turmeric Powder’ and ‘Kashmiri Mirch/Red Chili’ which is used for its color than the spiciness.
8. I’m using ‘Onion Seeds – Kalonji’ and ‘Fennel Seeds – Saunf’ for a rustic sweet flavor, however you can completely skip this if you don’t have them.
9. ALWAYS use a clean/dry spoon to scoop the chutney or pickles as it prevents them from going bad (fungus – Remember, once the chutney is all made, it shouldn’t have any contact with water).
That’s it, those were few tips that you can use to make this Indian Sweet Mango Chutney Recipe quickly and storing it for later use in the fridge.
So go ahead and get those green mangoes to make this delicious Indian Sweet Mango Chutney Recipe as if you’ve never tasted it before then you’re definitely missing out.
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