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  • n. Plural form of chutney.


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  • Anjali, making stuffed parathas with dry chutneys is such a neat idea!

    Square Shaped Chutney Paratha

  • The mouth-watering taste of the "chutneys" tamarind and green chilly sauces and the mind-boggling smell of the entire concoction is sure to leave its mark on anyone, not just an indian!

    Chaat Paradise - Indian Chaat place ( Bay Area, CA)

  • Caribbean dishes carrots casseroles cauliflower cheesecake cherries chicken chickpeas chili chocolate chocolate chip cookies chorizo chutneys

    Chipotle-Rhubarb Glazed Turkey Burgers With Apple Pico De Gallo

  • The chunks of steamed gram flour and yogurt come with two chutneys for dabbing: one a zesty tomato, the other a mild, green-with-cilantro coconut.

    Zesty Indian food, service Wait staff adds verve to Spice Xing

  • While a pretty peach half from a freestone is perfect for poaching or grilling, cling peach pieces work in things like cobblers, chutneys and butters.

    Steve Poses: Farm Stands of Salem County, NJ

  • In Singapore, you can sample Indian banana-leaf rice (rice eaten with stewed vegetables, curries, gravies and chutneys and other condiments, all served the traditional way on a banana leaf) at Samy's, which occupies a graceful colonial-era building set amid lush greenery.

    Street Smarts

  • It's served with chutneys and should be washed down with sweet, milky, spiced masala tea.

    New Delhi

  • Michigan dried cherries: Dehydrated cherries used in compotes, chutneys, just about everything-the raisin of the '90s.

    Pile It On

  • They've got spicy pickles and chutneys as well as a truly marvelous fusion creation: Bombay Bangers (sausages containing rather more spices than their British counterparts).

    Sarah Murray: To Boldly Go: Global Food Marches Forward

  • This one is the high temple of dosa and everything else that can be fried (as well as idli, which is steamed), with accompanying chutneys that are a special touch.

    The Dish: Dosa


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