Granny Smith Apple Chutney

Summer is Mango season in India and who doesn't like this king of fruits. The first mango to come in the market is sweet and sour "Totaparee" Mango and i love it. One chutney made from raw totaparee mango is one of my goto mango recipe . Here i prepare it with  granny smith apple . It goes were well with  paratha  , puri and even on toast .


Recipe

Granny Smith Apple - 2 ,gratted
Mustard seed - 1/4 tsp
Hing - 1/4 tsp
Fenugreek/Methi Seeds - 1/4 tsp
Chilli Pw - 1 tsp 
Oil -  1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 1/4 cup , optional


1. Toast 3/4 th of  methi seeds and grind it to fine powder.
2. Add oil to the pan and the mustard.
3. When it start poping add remaining methi seeds .
4. When methi turns golden add  hing and then chilli powder.
5. Add apple and cook for 2 minutes.
6. Switch off then add the methi powder and remove from flame.
7. Heat 1/4 cup oil and pour over the chutney.
8. Use immediately or store in air tight jar and refrigerate.
9. Tastes better the next day 

Sending this to  nitubala 's event : Think beyond the usual : Fruits

21 comments:

  1. Sounds interesting... Nice clicks!!

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  2. Chutney sounds yummy yummy...

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  3. Sounds delicious..great thought!

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  4. We too love fruit chutneys...Delish..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  5. New chutney to me.lov granny smith apples,will try

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  6. yummy yumm chutney...a real new one for me ..

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  7. wow, quite creative..yummy chutney..

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  8. wow..what an innovative dish. Looks really tempting, and I would definitely go well with dosas too. lovely picture.

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  9. That is a very creative one!Looks tangy..

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  10. I am bookmarking this chutney...looks good :...very creative!

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  11. Chutney sounds very interesting!!!
    Looks very delicious and very tempting :-)

    ArunaManikandan
    http://ensamayalkuripugal.blogspot.com

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  12. It looks yummy and i'm going to try.

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  13. Chutney looks yummy! Do drop by
    http://padhuskitchen.blogspot.com/ when u find time

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  14. Innovative...chutney looks too good

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  15. Slurp!! lovely clicks and yummy chutney.

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  16. Very very unique chutney would love to try it out. Have book marked it :)

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  17. I had some Granny Smith apples and was not sure what to do with them. I found your chutney recipe and tried it. It turned out very tasty and smells like pickle. I am wondering if I can keep it for a while.
    Sridevi Ravi

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