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Horwich Derian House Charity Event

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I am so excited to report back on my first ever stall this weekend in my home village of Horwich in Bolton.  I have to say it was fantastic!!! 233 more words

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Nariyal ki Chutney

Preparation Time : 10 mins Cooking Time : 0 mins Serving : 4

Ingredients

Coconut – ½ cup

Split bengal gram (bhune chane) – 1 tbsp… 96 more words

By Course

Tomato Peanut Sauce/ Tamatar moong phalli ki chutney

I need sauces/ chutney with my meal. It adds on the taste of food. However, with few foods like dosa, chilla or other crepes it become must to have chutneys/ sauce… 199 more words

Home Made

Roasted Eggplant/Brinjal Chutney (Kaalchina Vankaya Pachadi)

My favorite chutney recipe straight from my mother’s kitchen. She used to make this for a quick dinner or even after we came from school/college. I love the aroma of it especially when it is roasted. 223 more words

Quick

Productive Weekend

This weekend I have been making Jam and Chutney.
Earlier in the week I was given home grown Tomatoes and Apples by some lovely people I know. 79 more words

Me

Coconut Chutney

Chutney (also chatney or chatni) is a family of condiments associated with South Asian cuisine made from a highly variable mixture of spices, vegetables, or fruit.As with other condiments such as relish or mustard, chutneys are based on a wide range of recipes and preparation methods, they vary widely by geography, they can range from a wet to dry or coarse to fine and they can be combined with a wide variety of foods or used for dipping.The word “chutney” derives from the Sanskrit word… 102 more words

Indian Cuisine

Basic Coriander Chutney

Chutney (also chatney or chatni) is a family of condiments associated with South Asian cuisine made from a highly variable mixture of spices, vegetables, or fruit.As with other condiments such as relish or mustard, chutneys are based on a wide range of recipes and preparation methods, they vary widely by geography, they can range from a wet to dry or coarse to fine and they can be combined with a wide variety of foods or used for dipping.The word “chutney” derives from the Sanskrit word… 242 more words

Indian Cuisine