Garlic Chutney w/Tamarind
Garlic chutney w/black seeds, tamarind paste, poppy seeds, & many more. This garlic chutney goes well w/rice pulao, naan, wraps, etc.
Super easy, quick and delicious - Garlic Chutney!
This recipe has 7 savory seeds that give it the powerful anti-cancer, anti-inflammation power! With anti-cancer seeds like black seeds (kalongi), calcium rich sesame seeds, digestive seeds like cumin seeds and fennel seeds, and many more, this recipe will help YOU prevent cancer, will help promote hormonal balance (esp. great recipe for women!), rich in calcium so it will help with healthy bones and joints and conditions like arthritis, and of course, super heart healthy due to garlic in it. It also has tamarind paste - which adds that subtle tangy, and sweet flavor plus, tamarind is also a great digestive.
This recipe also has a 5-seed blend that is used a lot in Bengali cuisine. You can go to Indian store, and buy the pre-made blend, or make it as you cook the recipes.
Panch Phoron Seed Blend - Equal parts of fennel seeds, cumin seeds, black cumin seeds, fenugreek seeds and black mustard seeds.
NOTE - Fenugreek seeds are bitter, so you may add less.
For This Recipe - If you are adding all the 5 seeds on your own, and not using the pre-made blend, then add about 1/2 teaspoon of each, and 1/3rd teaspoon of fenugreek seeds.
Love savory seeds and want to eat even better?
You can also do 1 teaspoon of each of the 4 seeds, and 1/3rd teaspoon of fenugreek seeds.
1. Organic red or yellow onion - Small size & cut in half (half for cooking and half for adding later)
2. Garlic - 2 whole garlic
3. Dry red chili - 2
Spices, Seeds & Oils -
1. Organic coconut oil - 2 Tablespoons
2. Org. mustard oil - 2 Tablespoons
3. Org, turmeric - 1 Teaspoon
4. Deegi mirch powder/Kashmiri lal mirch - 2 Teaspoons
5. Black pepper - 1 Teaspoon
6. Organic Himalayan sea salt - 1 Teaspoon
7. Poppy seeds - 2 Tablespoons
8. Sesame seeds - 2 Tablespoons
9. Panch Phoron - 2 Tablespoons
10. Tamarind paste - 1 Tablespoon
Don't have deegi mirch powder?
Add paprika or cayenne - but only add 1/2 teaspoon, as we also added small dry red chilis, which are very spicy.
Don't have tamarind paste? Here's a substitute -
Substitute by soaking 2 inch tamarind in warm water for 15 mins, discard the tamarind, and use the water in the chutney recipe. If you don't have tamarind, then you can use 1 teaspoon of jaggery (gud) or coconut sugar.
Simple steps -
Watch the video/pics for step-by-step recipe and exact measurements.
Check it out, subscribe to the channel, and do feel free to leave me some comments for any questions or feedback! Happy Cooking!
Nancy Milligan Fain
I cannot stop eating this! I will have to make another batch this weekend. Maybe I should double recipe?
Thanks Nancy for saying that! And me too - I LOVE this chutney! Did not know it was going to come out so good. I finished mine, but this weekend I am also going to make a new batch and double it - as I will also be making some for my parents. Oh! I love this chutney! It's painful to eat anything without it now..:)
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