This is like ketchup in India. It is always on the table with every meal. Great with pates, crackers, vegetables, garbanzos or ? I made some sushi rolls with sunflower pate and topped the sushi pieces with the chutney.It was awesome.

Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients with just enough water to blend. The consistency should be thick, not runny so add the water a little at a time and pulse. Go easy on the sweetener, you don’t want it sweet, just enough to balance the flavors. You can substitute a piece of fresh coconut for the nuts.

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This is like ketchup in India. It is always on the table with every meal. Great with pates, crackers, vegetables, garbanzos or ? I made some sushi rolls with sunflower pate and topped the sushi pieces with the chutney.It was awesome.

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This Sounds SOOOOO Good! Thank you for posting all your delicious Raw Indian Food Recipes! We love Indian Food & Miss it so much since going Raw. Occasionally we try to recreate some of our favorites. I hope others will post their Raw Indian creations too!

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Yes, I will start a diabetes link.It is a very important topic that affects many people. It is a disease that in many cases can be cured change of diet.

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Enough with rhetoric...let's talk about how amazing this chutney is...or grassdude's profile. Cured diabetes...Start a link...pls!!!

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ADD THE COCONUT....my use of dealbreaker (and forgive me if it caused confusion) is that it makes or breaks it...I think it MAKES IT.

Sorry..considering my literary profession, this might actually be totally embarrassing.

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In India they use either coconut or peanuts.

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I have heard the term dealbreaker used to describe what makes it work when it wouldn't otherwise. I have never heard it used otherwise. Enlighten me? Or I guess I could get a dictionary...:)

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Hippie Chick, Coconut is a bad idea then? I'm just not sure if you meant that or it's a misuse of the word (no offense intended)

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Okay, had to post again. I just ate a bunch with some of the raw peroshki's that came with the new Boutenko's book ("FRESH"). OMG, your recipe is great. I think that addition of coconut is the dealbreaker.

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Yum! Just made this and added tamarind paste (Probably not raw) and some flaked raw coconut. Sooo good....I used cayenne b/c I didn't have a fresh pepper, but it was fine. Thanks!

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Oh, I'm so glad you posted this. I love this stuff and your recipe looks awesome. IIRC they do make it with coconut in India. I can't wait to try this. Yum yum YUM!

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