Spice up your meals: 3 chutney recipes you just can't miss

Spice up your meals: 3 chutney recipes you just can't miss

Looking for chutney recipes? Let's discover the 3 best ones.

The word chutney is a derivation of the Hindi word 'chatni': to crush. But for the rest of humanity who have enjoyed it for more than 2,500 years, it is an explosion of flavors deliciously conjugated between acid, sweet and salty, very well seasoned and often spicy.

In short, Chutney sauce is a giant of flavor, and thanks to its great versatility it can be used to accompany your veggie burgers, roasted vegetables, and legumes. Today we bring you 3 chutney recipes that you cannot stop trying before you die.

1. Spicy mint chutney

The mint sauce is the perfect companion for your vegan or seitan burgers. In this case, the sauce is very fresh, spicy, and does not need cooking.

Mint has long added its bright flavor and scent.

What do you need?

Recipe: Process all the ingredients in a blender, except the coconut milk, which we will add at the end to achieve the desired consistency.

2. Strawberry chutney with red onion

Strawberries are not citrus, but they have that acid touch that goes very well with chutney. Like almost all red fruits, it combines very well with tofu and legumes.

Strawberries add a good fresh vibe to the recipe.

What do you need?

Recipe: Chop the red onion and cook it with the olive oil in a pan for 5 minutes. Add the honey with the orange juice and let it reduce by half, add the strawberries, mint, salt, and spices. Do not overcook so that the strawberries don't change the texture too much.

3. Pineapple chutney

Pineapple combines very well with anise. The touch of the red onion increases the sweetness and as we will barely cook it, finding the pineapple and onion pieces will be a very pleasant experience. Perfect to accompany roasted vegetables and rice dishes.

The sweet acidity of pineapple is the king in this chutney.

What do you need?

Recipe: In a frying pan, add the oil, chopped onion, and the spices, cook for 5 minutes and add the diced pineapple. Add the rest of the ingredients and cook until it thickens and the ingredients are well- integrated.

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