is so incomplete without the dates and tamarind to spruce it up. This chutney is a very healthy one considering the ingredients that goes into it. This chutney is also known Khajur(Dates) Imli (Tamarind) ki Chutney or Meetha Chutney
. Though it is available at big supermarkets in bottled form, I prefer making it at home as it takes very less ingredients and also it is much more economical, super easy and without any added preservatives. My kids love this chutney so much that they can eat it almost with everything and anything.
Having a bottle of this chutney in your fridge takes care of your instant cravings in a very healthy way. Need ideas on how else to use this sweet chutney other than in chaats??? My kids douse a liberal quantity of this chutney over a pack of murmura/pori (Rice krispies) and tuck it in. You can serve it with nachos as a dip. Have chapathis at hand, slather a liberal dose of this chutney, sprinkle some boiled sprouts
, finely chopped veggies like carrots, cucumber and zucchini, season to your taste and serve as Wraps. The ideas are plenty if you let it grow on you.
Labels: Chaats, Chutney Recipes, How to's, Street Food, Vegan Recipes