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Chutney sauce - the taste of India in your kitchen

Chutney sauces have become a popular type of sauce in recent times. Their versatility and taste conquer European cuisines. What is the secret of the aroma and distinctiveness of chutney sauce? What dishes should be served with?

How to make chutney sauce?

Chutney sauce comes originally from a word "chutney" which in Hindi translates as "crush". The act of crushing is important for the traditional way of preparing this sauce, because all ingredients must be scrupulously crushed in a stone mortar. The main ingredients of chutney sauce are: vegetables, including tomatoes, celery, onion, and apple or malt wine vinegar. All this is grated with spices: chilli, powdered paprika, cumin, garam masala, fenugreek, ginger, mint, cinnamon, coriander and garlic. In order to obtain various flavour variations, we can also add fruits, for example: apple, mango, peach, plums and raisins. Next step of sauce preparation is a prolonged stewing on a slow fire until a thick and smooth consistency of sauce is achieved.

What is chutney sauce good for?

Chutney sauces flourish in taste depending on the used ingredients - from mild & sweet sauce to spicy & dry sauce. Thanks to this, the range of sauce application in a cuisines is almost unlimited. Consumers can serve chutney sauce to both meat and fish dishes. To those types of dishes, the traditional Indian chutney sauce, may be with a hint of mango, coconut, onion, tomato, garlic. Chutney sauces can match with cold cuts, cheeses and snacks. It is also a great complement to rice dishes giving them sweet & sour taste. Chutney dips can be used as an exquisite glaze for meat ensuring their crispiness and flavour before processing in the oven or on the grill. Chutney sauce will also work well as an addition to grilled or steamed vegetables.

Chutney sauce in sachets

EDPOL Food & Innovation, as a leading manufacturer of food sauces, offers chutney sauces based on original and unique recipes tested in its food laboratories. The most interesting taste variants are: mango-chilli, apple with cinnamon, pear with ginger, orange with curry, sweet chilli and plum with pepper. In addition, we produce glazes based on chutney sauces: plum, onion and apricot glaze.

Chutney sauces are currently one of the most interesting injections in the form of liquid sauces for meat, fish, vegetarian dishes as well as blue or smoked cheeses. Thanks to the versatility of flavours the sauce is easy in application and appreciated by consumers. Convenient packaging in the form of sachets with a weight of 30g to 100 g or a 25 g or 50 g cup is an economical addition to the main course, piece of meat, vegetable portions or cheese packaging.

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