Wednesday, 5 June 2013

Green mango chutney.

Tangy and spicy mango chutney that is perfect served as a dip.


2 medium raw green mangoes
1 red long sweet pepper
1 teaspoon chilli powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
Juice of half a lemon.
1/2 teaspoon mixed coriander and cumin powder
1 tablespoon sunflower oil


1. Peel the mango and remove the stone. Dice it into small pieces.
2. Cut the sweet red pepper in half and remove the stalk, seeds and membrane and dice into small pieces.
3. Heat oil in a pan when it is hot add the cumin seeds, followed by the pepper and mango. Stir fry the mixture for 2-3 minutes.
4. Transfer the mixture to a blender jug and add the lemon juice, salt, chilli powder, sugar and the coriander and cumin powder.
5. Blend the chutney to a fine purée, add a little water if you find chutney is too thick.
Adjust seasoning if needed and transfer to a serving bowl.Taste should be spicy and tangy.
Keep refrigerated will last for 2-3 days

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  1. I really like the sound of this dip! I've never used green mango before, but combined with the pepper and heat of the chile, I'm sure it's delicious...

  2. hhhmmm tongue tickling chutney... too good

  3. Nice one..looks really delicious..

  4. Would be amazing with tortillas!

  5. I'm not really a chutney fan but this sounds delicious may give it a go!

  6. Think this would go well with one of my curries, will pop back next time Im cooking one

  7. OOO this sounds yummy but I'd have to miss the chilli's out, so not for me!

  8. Great recipe, would go perfect with a homemade curry.

  9. My OH loves mango chutney so I'm going to pin this to make sometime.

  10. My mum used to make good green mango chutney. Lovely recipe.

  11. I've never made my own mango chutney but rely on Sharwoods! This looks great though :)

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  13. Thank you. I was searching for a green mango chutney!

  14. Looks great and sounds easy to make


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