Chutney

A spicy relish made with fruits, spices, sugar and herbs. Usually served with curry.
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Chutney

An Indian fruit condiment containing vinegar, spices, and occasionally nuts, ranging in flavor from mild to hot. Often made with mangoes.
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Chutney

(Indian) Fresh relishes made with fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
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Chutney

(Vegetarian) Sweet, spicy jamlike condiment served with Indian curries.
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chutney

[n] - chopped fruits or green tomatoes cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices
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chutney

Indian relish noun chopped fruits or green tomatoes cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices
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Chutney

• (n.) Alt. of Chutnee
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chutney

relish that accompanies an Indian meal. Chutneys may be highly spiced or bland and may be prepared from fruits, vegetables, or herbs. The ...
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Chutney

Chutney is a condiment composed of fruits, acids and spices used extensively in India, and from there introduced to the West.
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CHUTNEY

A preserve made with vegetables and mild spices, used by the English to accompany cold meats, cheeses and savoury pies.
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chutney

(CHUHT-nee) - The word comes from the Hindustani word chatni, which means "a hot, spicy condiment." Originally this word referred to a sweet and spicy preserve of fruit, vinegar, sugar, and spices that was used exclusively in Indian cooking American chutneys are less spicy and very sweet. They are used more as jams or preserves. However,...
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Chutney

Fresh relishes made with fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
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Chutney

Chutney (also transliterated chatney or chatni) is a family of condiments associated with South Asian cuisine made from a highly variable mixture of spices, vegetables, or fruit. As with other condiments such as relish or mustard, chutneys are based on a wide range of recipes and preparation methods, they vary widely by geography, they can range f...
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Chutney

The name for a large range of sauces or relishes used in East Indian cooking.
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Chutney

Chutney is a fresh relishes made with fruits, vegetables, and herbs.
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