Thermomix Mango Chutney Recipe

Thermomix Mango Chutney Recipe

This Thermomix Mango Chutney Recipe allows you to prepare a fantastic version of this south Indian speciality.

A chutney is a condiment that usually involves a spice and vegetable or fruit mix. You can use every kind of vegetable, fruit, herb, spice or a combination of what you like the most and make your own wet or dry chutneys, with the help of your Thermomix of course!

Chutney is mostly spread in South Asia and it represents a traditional preparation over there. American and European styled chutneys are usually fruit, vinegar and sugar, cooked down to a reduction. Flavorings are always added to the mix. These may include sugar, salt, garlic, tamarind, onion, or ginger.

Mango Chutney Recipe is widely prepared in India as well as Europe and Americas where it literally gained everybody's approval.

If you have never tasted a chutney before, this is the right recipe to start off! However I must warn you about its taste. It is a mix of spices and different flavours and it has, as a whole, a very particular taste.

But how do you use mango chutney? It can be served on the side to accompany curry dishes, cold meats and in every dish you usually serve with a condiment: for instance you may replace apple sauce or mint jelly or even ketchup or sweet and sour sauce with a chutney! It is very versatile.

Other condiment recipes you may be interested in:
- Chilli Peppers Hot Sauce with Thermomix
- Sweet and Sour Chinese Sauce: Make It with Thermomix


Ingredients

- 1 tbsp sichuan pepper (or dry chilli)
- 2 garlic cloves
- 20 g fresh ginger, cut into thin slices
- 80 g onions, cut into halves
- 20 g water
- 250 g raw cane sugar
- 700 g mangos, peeled, cored, cut into pieces
- 120 g vinegar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1/2 tsp turmeric
- 100 g raisins



How to Prepare Thermomix Mango Chutney Recipe

Place 1 tbsp sichuan pepper into mixing bowl and toast 6 Min. Varoma Temp. Reverse Speed 1.

Place 2 garlic cloves and 20 g fresh ginger into mixing bowl and chop 3 Sec. Speed 10.

Use spatula to scrape ingredients down to the bottom.

Add 80 g onions and chop 3 Sec. Speed 7. Transfer the mixture into a bowl and set aside.

Place 20 g water and 250 g raw cane sugar into mixing bowl and cook 5 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Add the mixture set aside, 700 g mangos, 120 g vinegar,1 tsp salt, 1/2 tsp turmeric and 100 g raisins. Place simmering basket instead of measuring cup onto mixing bowl lid and cook 45 Min. 100C Speed 1.

Remove simmering basket and insert measuring cup, mix 10 Sec. Speed 6.

Pour into 2 hot rinsed jam jars with twist-off lids and close immediately. Turn jam jars upside down until they cool.


Tips

This recipe can be prepared with apples, pears, plums, apricots or papayas instead of mangos.

Great with cheese, curry or just on toast!

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