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Green Apple and Mango Ginger Chutney

 
I had some crisp Green Apples and fragrant Mango-Ginger on hand. I wanted to use them both to whip up something novel. After googling a lot of recipes, I compiled my own version. Here it is. This chutney is tangy, slightly sweet and very refreshing.
Mango_Ginger_green_apple_chutney_sirimiri
 
Ingredients:
 
2 Green Apples
3 inch piece of Mango Ginger
Or
2 inch piece of regular Ginger
2 Tsp Oil 
3 dry Red Chilles
1/2 Spoon Cumin / Jeera
1/2 Spoon Mustard Seeds / Rye
1-2 sprigs of Curry Leaves / Kadipata 
Salt
Turmeric
Red Chilli Powder
all, to taste. 
 
 
Method:
1) Wash the Green Apples thoroughly. Core them. Grate them with skin on.
(Do this step last, after all your ingredients are in place, as the apples oxidize change color very fast)
2) Peel and grate the Ginger.
3) Heat Oil in a pan ( I used a non-stick pan)
4) Add the Cumin and Mustard Seeds and wait for them to pop.
5) Roughly rip the Dry Red Chilles and Curry Leaves and add them too.
6) Follow up with the grated Ginger and saute it till it loses its raw texture.
7) Add the grated Apples ( if you have juice that the apples have let out while grating add that too) 
8) Mix well , keeping the flame medium.
9) Add the Salt, Turmeric and Red Chilli Powder and mix well.
10) Cook till the apples soften and the water evaporates.
Done!
This recipe serves 2 and can be refrigerated for 5-6 days
 
Have it with Rice, Stuffed Parathas, on a slice of toast. Or however you  would like to.
 
Green Apple & Mango Ginger Chutney_Sirimiri
 

 

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Green Apple and Mango Ginger Chutney
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Recipe type: Accompaniment
Cuisine: Indian
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 2
 
This recipe serves 2 and can be refrigerated for 5-6 days Have it with Rice, Stuffed Parathas, on a slice of toast. Or however you would like to.
Ingredients
  • Ingredients:
  • 2 Green Apples
  • 3 inch piece of Mango Ginger
  • Or
  • 2 inch piece of regular Ginger
  • 2 Tsp Oil
  • 3 dry Red Chilles
  • ½ Spoon Cumin / Jeera
  • ½ Spoon Mustard Seeds / Rye
  • 1-2 sprigs of Curry Leaves / Kadipata
  • Salt
  • Turmeric
  • Red Chilli Powder
  • all, to taste.
  • .
  • .
Instructions
  1. Method:
  2. ) Wash the Green Apples thoroughly. Core them. Grate them with skin on.
  3. (Do this step last, after all your ingredients are in place, as the apples oxidize change color very fast)
  4. ) Peel and grate the Ginger.
  5. ) Heat Oil in a pan ( I used a non-stick pan)
  6. ) Add the Cumin and Mustard Seeds and wait for them to pop.
  7. ) Roughly rip the Dry Red Chilles and Curry Leaves and add them too.
  8. ) Follow up with the grated Ginger and saute it till it loses its raw texture.
  9. ) Add the grated Apples ( if you have juice that the apples have let out while grating add that too)
  10. ) Mix well , keeping the flame medium.
  11. ) Add the Salt, Turmeric and Red Chilli Powder and mix well.
  12. ) Cook till the apples soften and the water evaporates.
  13. Done!

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24 Comments

  1. Wow! Great Recipe. Thanks for Sharing.

  2. INteresting!!.Never tried this combination. usually I don’t get Green Apples. But now will buy some. can we make a jam out of it?

  3. Mayuri Nidigallu Pinal Shah

    Sounds tempting.. nd healthy. Will surely try it..thnks for sharing.

  4. Wow awesome recipe.. I love eating chutney but this combination is really new to me. Will surly try this summer.

  5. This look so tempting and unique recipes. I will soon make it as soon as able to go out in market.

  6. Mayuri Nidigallu Dr Bushra

    I’ve never tried something like this before. This chutney looks so delicious and lip smacking. Indeed quick and easy recipe. Definitely gonna try soon.

  7. Such an easy and delicious recipe to try.. Just need a few ingredients and will then try it out for sure.

  8. Wow! Never heard of an apple chutney! Also what is mango ginger? Sounds very tasty!

  9. I am surely going to imress my friends with this over our mango party! Hopefully soon, once we are over lockdown

  10. Loved the recipe M. Will love to try it, I hope I lay my hands on some green apples soon.

  11. The ingredients are so yummy I am sure the final product will be worth a try. Thanks for a crisp and easy recipe.

  12. Mayuri Nidigallu Amrita

    I like green apple and mangoes. But have never tasted mango ginger .I would love to make and try this tangy combo chutney

  13. Nice combo. We barely have chutneys but this is good to send to my friend who loves trying out new things.

  14. You have a Knack of making some interesting food combinations. Never thought that Apple and mango can be clubbed to make this refreshing chutney.

  15. That’s a good combination for lip smacking chutney. Now that Mango is also in the season shall make it to have some with pakodas and vadas. Thanks for detailed steps.

  16. The recipe looks simple and sure looks super yum! Green apples will add a unique taste to it. Surely trying this out.

  17. Thank you Mayuri for sharing this recipe. We would try it for sure once lockdown opens. It is good to have with roti.

  18. Mango is my fav fruit and anything made from mango is a bigg yes…I am pretty sure I will be trying this recipe

  19. I have never heard of mango ginger and mistook it for Mango…this is a unique chutney recipe with unique ingredients..

  20. You have a knack of making some interesting food combinations. Never thought that Apple and ginger can be clubbed to make this refreshing chutney. I’ll try it using normal ginger.

  21. That’s a good that your chutney version is ready to use for us. Thanks for the detailed steps, though I usually peel off the skin of apples. Will it still taste same or I need to add something.

  22. I have never heard of mango ginger and mistook it for Mango…this is a unique chutney recipe with unique ingredients..

  23. I can literally taste that tangy, spicy hit of this chutney! Would love to have some, better still if someone other than me made it..sigh!

  24. […] choose to eat fresh, home-cooked food at least 5 times a week, and try to make healthy choices when I eat out too. Indulgences are […]

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