Meethi Soonth

Meethi Soonth, a sweet and sour mango chutney,enhanced by the exclusive mix of ginger powder, fennel seeds and cumin seeds, dry dates, sultanas and cashewnuts add a special touch to this chutney.

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A sweet and tangy Marwari chutney made of dried mango slices with a predominant flavour of dried ginger powder (soonth). This is also called Navratna chutney.

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Makes 1 1/2 cups.
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  1. Soak the dates and cashewnuts in warm water.
  2. In a pan, combine the mango slices, jaggery and sugar with 1 cup of water and simmer for 20 minutes till the mango slices are soft.
  3. Cool completely and purée into a fine paste.
  4. Drain the soaked dates and cashewnuts. Deseed and chop the dried dates.
  5. Add all the ingredients into the puréed chutney mixture and mix well.
  6. Use as required. Store refrigerated.

  1. Dried mango slices are available at most grocers. You can subsitute the slices with approximately 2 to 3 tablespoons amchur powder.
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 on 05 Jul 13 09:18 AM

This chutney is superb in taste, it is very very chatpatta and perfect to top on samosas, papdi chaats, is sweet, sour and spicy all in one...