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Mauritian Chutney

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Mauritian Chutney

Postby elcinc » Fri Jul 17, 2009 1:34


I ate a lovely tomato based chutney with a chicken curry whilst I stayed in Mauritius, does anyone know of a good recipe?

I found this one online but it doesn't come out the same.

I remember it being hot with coriander definately in it.

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Postby Gerard » Tue Jul 21, 2009 15:05

Hi Jason,
Using the same ingredients, add the tomatoes without boiling them! I remember my mother chopping or slicing the tomatoes, it is more like a salad but Mauritians call it a chutney.
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Postby thermo » Sat Jul 25, 2009 14:20

As Gerard said, no boiling of tomatoes needed.
This 'chutney' is also commonly done with a tin of tuna, some ground black pepper and a tablespoon of vinegar added to the recepie, and eaten in sandwiches.
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Postby ud » Sat Jul 25, 2009 14:29

Hey there,

Is he not referring to the "Chutney Pomme D'amour"? You know the one that goes perfectly with "Dupain Frire" (Fried Bread) and Bajas? A lil bit different from the one that they put in Dholl-puris!

Am drooling now!

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