Monday, 22 November 2010

Cabbage Chutney


A fiery and hot but really tasty chutney to spice up any snack dish.

Ingredients:

2oz /60 grams white cabbage shredded.
4  long red chillies
2  green  turkish chillies
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon olive oil
1/2 teaspoon chilli powder
1 ripe tomato skinned and de seeded
4 tablespoons water

Method:

1. De seed and chop both types of chillies and place in blender jug with tomato and cabbage. Add water and blend to a fine puree.
2. Add the salt, chilli powder, lemon juice and oil and blend again to combine the spices into the chutney.
3.Transfer to a sterelised jar and keep refridgerated.( will keep for 4-5 days)
Use as and when required as a dip for savory snacks.

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37 comments:

  1. Never made cabbage chutney...tempting and pics looks fiery...! bookmarking it...

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  2. Chutney looks soo spicy and yummy..

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  3. yummy ...I love cabbage chutney and I love red chilli chutney...mix both of them together...delish...looks great Nayna!

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  4. Very innovative chutney recipe. With all the chilies involved it looks like its fiery..

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  5. Nayna, can you suggest a book on food art? I know you went for classes and stuff(just now checked the wowzio window).I want to learn but with a kid I can't. So I am wondering if you can recommend a book/DVD that you are aware of. Tx.

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  6. Never heard of cabbage chutney...looks scrumptious! :D

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  7. @ Cool Lassie, I have emailed you details pls check your in box regarding carving.

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  8. Never tasted cabbage chutney before. I am sure it tastes great. Bookmarked to try!!

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  9. Nayna,

    Cabbage chutney sounds delicious.

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  10. Nayna...Cabbage chutney looks yummy and i am so loving all the ingredients that goes in there...

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  11. ma always makes this..looks great..love the colour

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  12. Have heard of all kinda chutneys but never about cabbage !! Quite new to me .... looks deliciously spicy !

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com/

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  13. delicious chutney. Nice color.

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  14. Yum! Love the colour! It's very healthy and tasty! I'm famished!

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  15. Very new preparation of Cabbage Chutney. Loved the color of the preparation.Looks Awesome.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. Tempting cabbage chutney!!!
    I would love to give the regular cheesy/creamy dips a miss for this one!!!

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  17. new to me....never tried chutney with cabbage...yummy!!

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  18. wow, nice recipe, but what is turkish chilly? can we use normal chillies instead?

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  19. @ R
    turkish chillies are 5-6 inches long and are quite fat.You can use normal green chillies but take the seeds out or they will make the chutney extra hot.

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  20. http://www.all-creatures.org/recipes/i-pepper-ban.html

    @ R check this link for picture.

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  22. It would never occur to me to make chutney with cabbage. What a good idea :)

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  23. looks super delicious Nayna. healthy and yummy. between your carvings are simply superb...awesome perfection.

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  24. A very unique chutney! Looks so hot and yummy.

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  25. Such a clever idea thank you :)

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  26. I always thought it'd be really complicated making chutney, but will have to give this a go! Thanks!

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  27. Something a little different! I adore cabbage and the rabbit will get the left overs!

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  28. I'd never thought of cabbage chutney before, I'll have to give this a go.

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  29. Got to admit cabbage chutney doesn't sound appealing but I'm sure it is tasty.

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  30. You don't see cabbage chutney very often, looks nice.

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