Chutney is basically a sauce that accompanies other foods
Mango Onion chutney is a Maharashtrian delicacy
It is made with raw mangoes and chopped onions
India has gifted the world, some unique foods that carry some traditional flavours and represent the deep-rooted culture of the country. Indians are known to relish a lavish, extensive meal with strong spices and a variety of accompaniments. Dry, bland food is just not their thing. One food that stemmed from this very habit of Indians and is now loved across the globe is - chutney. Chutney is basically a sauce or a base for sauce, which is churned out from a particular food or fruit and is turned sweeter or tangier by adding other spices, foods and herbs. It can be had with any Indian meal, finger foods and snacks like mathri or can be used as a spread for sandwiches. The options are limitless.
Here, we share with you the recipe of a unique chutney made with raw mangoes and onions. We know, this combination is unheard of. But, believe us, after making and tasting this chutney, you'll admire this genius idea. Mango is essentially a summer fruit that brings in a volley of vitamins, minerals and fibres, all of which are known to boost overall health. Mango builds up the immunity system, protects from common infections and improves skin and hair health.
Mango Onion Chutney is actually a Maharashtrian delicacy, also known as Kairicha Takku in the region. This chutney is made with raw mango and chopped onions and cooked with hot oil poured over it. The recipe of the sweet and sour chutney has been shared by Alpa Modi, a food vlogger, through her You tube channel 'Something's Cooking With Alpa'.
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