Saturday, 15 June 2019

Pineapple Chutney- Bengali Style.



I am really enjoying being part of the Recipe swap group in facebook where like minded food bloggers join forces and create a recipe from their allocated partners blog. This encourages you to discover new cuisines and broadens your culinary choice. 

This is the June challenge for recipe swap and this month I was allocated  by Priya Iyer' s blog The Photowawali. Her blog features many recipes as well as travel post which I really enjoyed reading.



Looking through Priya's blog I short listed about 5 recipes but finally settled for the Bengali Style Pineapple chutney called Anarosher Chaatni. I recreated the recipe with very little changes and it turned out delicious.  

 



Yield: 1 jar
Author: Nayna Kanabar

Pineapple Chutney-(Bengali Style)

Sweet and tangy Pineapple cooked with an aromatic spice blend to make the tastiest chutney.
prep time: 5 Mcook time: 25 Mtotal time: 30 M

ingredients:

  • 240g fresh pineapple diced.
  • 2 tablespoons jaggery
  • 1 teaspoon panch phoran (Bengali spice mix found in Asian supermarkets)
  • 1 tablespoon light olive oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 red dried chilies
  • 1 bayleaf
  • 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon roasted cumin powder
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tablespoons raisins (optional) I did not use.

instructions:

How to cook Pineapple Chutney-(Bengali Style)

  1. Add the chopped pineapple into a saucepan and add the water, cook the pineapple for 15 minutes until its soft.
  2. Using a potato masher break down the pineapple. You can blend it in a food processor but I like a coarse texture so just used the masher.
  3. In another pan add the oil , when it's hot add the bay leaf and red chillies.
  4. Next add the panch phoran, cumin, red chilli powder and salt and saute the spices for 30 seconds.
  5. Add the cooked pineapple and the jaggery and cook for another 5 minutes until the jaggery melts and the liquid has evaporated.
  6. Remove the chutney from the flame and allow it to cool. Transfer it to a sterilised jar and store in the fridge.
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Don't forget to check out the other recipes from this month's Food Blogger Recipe Swap!

24 comments:

  1. I absolutely love Bengali Anarosher Chaatni or Pineapple Chutney. I'm so glad you chose this recipe from my blog to recreate. Your Chaatni looks super delicious!

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  3. Chutney looks lip-smacking. Bookmaking it to try soon. I love all types of Bengali chutney.

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  4. Chutney looks lip-smacking. Bookmaking it to try soon. I love all types of Bengali chutney.

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  5. This sounds and looks absolutely amazing; I can imagine it with a strong cheese or even a salty gammon. Saying that, some naan or poppadoms would be equally stunning!
    Seems so easy too, thank you for sharing it.

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  6. I've never made a chutney before, but this looks delicious. And I like pineapples too!

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  7. I love chutney sauces but not yet tried a pineapple one, thanks for the recipe, I need to recreate this.

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  8. I'm not the biggest fan of pineapple, but I do love chutney! This looks super simple to make.

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  9. This chutney looks super delicious. never had this before, will have to give it a try Nayna..

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  10. ooh this sounds like a wonderful one to enjoy over the summer, perfect for picnics

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  11. It looks delicious! I've never had pineapple chutney before but now I need to try!

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  12. This pineapple chutney looks delicious. I do make pineapple chutney but slightly differently. I like he idea of using jaggery instead of sugar.

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  13. this chutney looks fabulous - never before tried with pineapple but now I am ready to try it!

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  14. I love pineapple and this chutney looks tasty and quite simple to make. Ideal with some snacks too.

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  15. I've never tried pineapple chutney before but it sounds delicious! I'll definitely have to give it a try

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  16. The chutney looks lipsmacking. I have recently made a khatta using pineapple and it turned out nice. I would love to try your version of this chutney.

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  17. I love chutney and this looks like a great one to try to make. Thanks for sharing

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  18. I've never tried anything like this before, but it looks amazing.

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  19. Lip smacking ! Mouthwatering while reading the recipe.. wow can feel the taste of it.

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  20. Pineapple chutney seems delish. Is there any alternate for phoran? If I don't add it, is there any change in taste?

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  21. Never heard of pineapple chutney! This is surely a must try!

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  22. This bengali chutney is so new to me. The combination of pineapple and jaggery is unique. Looks very inviting

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  23. pineapple chutney looks absolutely irresistible and delicious. Loved the combination of jaggery and pineapple.

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  24. I really love the chutney sauces will try pineapple chutney now, thanks for the recipe.

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