[ US /ˈtʃətni/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈʌtni/ ]
[ UK /tʃˈʌtni/ ]
- a spicy condiment made of chopped fruits or vegetables cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices
How To Use chutney In A Sentence
- The Blonde had the doracha seekh, a combination of chicken and crab flakes chargrilled in the tandoor oven and served with a piquant mango and avocado chutney, at £7.50.
- But he had to give up when instead of the box containing his equipment he took an identical one containing jars of chutney. The Sun
- In between, she sits in the shade of a tree, to eat a lunch of dry bread and chutney.
- Chutney is a nice side dish along with Raita for any spicy dish, and especially Indian cooking.
- The deli plate was indeed made up of a selection of cured ham, pastrami, prosciutto and cheeses along with red peppers stuffed with cream cheese, a lovely strong chicken liver pâté and some sweet and chutney-ish pickled onions.
- Indian groceries also carry many prepared ingredients, such as paneer cheese and the chutneys, curries and vegetable condiments called pickles that can be used to spice up grilled chicken or fish.
- Served in buttered cob rolls with extra chutney and sliced cucumber. Times, Sunday Times
- Former "ethnic" goods are rarely differentiated, with grocery stores selling Bok Choy next to spinach, lemon grass alongside parsley, and Indian chutneys in the ketchup and mustard aisle.
- The salmon steak ($9 - wow!) was well-cooked and blended perfectly with the sweet homemade chutney.
- I make this snack from time to time, sometimes omitting the onion, and occasionally adding chutney instead of mustard.