Guava Chutney, Amrood Chutney, Spicy Peru Chutney
by Tarla Dalal
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This Guava Chutney is yet another yummy way to consume the wonderful yet humble guava. A dash of spiciness combined with the fruit’s natural sweetness makes this chutney a finger-licking treat.
Mint gives the chutney an awesome aroma and refreshing flavour while ginger and green chillies contribute to the spiciness.
Cumin seeds powder and lemon juice enhance the sweet and spicy notes making each flavour distinctly notable.
This Guava Chutney is also very easy to make. You just need to put all the ingredients together and blend them in a mixer-grinder.
You do not even have to deseed the guavas, just chop it along with the seeds. You can enjoy this easy but exciting Guava Chutney with snacks like Corn Pakodas and Sweet Corn Balls .
- Combine all the ingredients, along with approx. 3 tbsp of water in a mixer and blend till smooth.
- Store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator and use as required.
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To make Guava chutney, Amrood Chutney, Spicy Peru Chutney, take 3 medium sized Guava, wash them very well. Guava should be washed thoroughly as they tend to collect dirt.
Peel the guava.
Put the washed and peeled guava on a chopping board and chop them roughly.
Transfer it to a bowl and keep aside. 3 medium sized guava would give you 1 and a ½ cup approximately
Rinse the mint and remove the leaves from the stem. Use fresh mint leaves so that it doesn’t turn black and fresh leaves would give a better taste.
Wash and Chop the mint leaves, keep aside. Mint leaves are considered an aid to the digestive system. It is an appetite stimulant and aids in the secretion of gastric juices. Mint would uplift the taste of the dish.
Take an inch of ginger, wash it.
Peel the ginger and roughly chop it.
Take a grinder, add the chopped guava to it. Guava is a diabetic friendly fruit.
Add the roughly ¼ cup of chopped mint leaves.
Add ½ tsp of ginger.
Add green chillies. Green chillies would be it spicy, you can add green chillies according to your taste.
Add ½ tsp of cumin seeds.
Add lemon juice, the lemon juice and sugar in the chutney would give the Guava chutney a sweet and sour taste.
Add Salt to taste.
Add 3 tbsp of water.
Blend Guava Chutney until smooth.
Transfer the Guava Chutney in a bowl and it is ready to serve. You can also store the Guava Chutney in a air tight container in the refrigerator.
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