Cranberry Chutney
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Author vahchef Yield No Value
Published Nov 19, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Dipping/Pickles Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Cranberry Standing Time 1 hour
Description: Plum cranberry chutney is one of the amazing condiment recipes made combined with fresh cranberries, green chillies, ginger, garlic and jaggery.


Recipe of Cranberry Chutney

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Fresh Cranberries 1 Cup
Chopped Green Chillies 3 Numbers
Ginger Sliced 1 Piece
Garlic Chopped 4 Numbers
Green Coriander 1/2 Bunch
Jaggery 1 Tablespoons
Cumin Seeds 1/2 Teaspoons
Salt 1 To Taste
Oil 1 Tablespoons

Directions

  1. DIRECTIONS:-   Heat some oil in the pan and add cumin seeds.when the crackle add the sliced ginger
chopped garlic to it.when they are fried add the cranberries and green chillies.
Let it cook on medium heat till they are completly cooked and cranerries are softer.now add the chopped coriander
cover it with lid and let it cook.add some water in between and let it cook.
Add the salt according to ur taste and the jaggery to it.
When completely cooked put the mixture in the blender and blend it to fine paste.check the seasoning and
your tasty chutney is ready.you can have it with any of ur snacks.
 INGREDIENTS:-  1 pint of fresh cranberries
                                3 to 4 chopped green chillies according to ur taste
                                2" piece of ginger sliced
                                2 cloves of garlic chopped (optional)
                                3 to 4 sprigs of green coriander finely chopped
                                30gm of jaggery or sugar
                                1 tsp of cumin seeds
                                 salt to taste,1 tbsp of oil
Posted Nov 19, 2007

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5 Comments

sobha Apr 16, 2008
hi sanjay,
I have cranbeery coocked with sugar in the fridge for a long time (my husand wants to eat as its good anti oxidents). So, i was thinking how to make him eat that...then I tried the chutney and it was like wow....we are with rice and ate as a dipping with the salted crackers...its very nice to eat the hot chutney with the crackers and my husband wants me to prepare it agian :)h

Poojal Mar 19, 2008
Ur site is really good...........becoz by seeing video its easy to cook.But requested to add more recipes.....Sanjay i enjoy ur style of cooking.....Keep it up.

gayatri Jan 4, 2008
hello im gayatri,
this recepie posted by vah reh vah is amezzing and so beautifully shown as video, thak you very much for sharing such a lovely receipe.
thanks to vah reh vah chef mr. sanjeev ji

Renuka Shenoy Nov 29, 2007
Dear Mr.Sanjay,

The more I visit your site, more addicted my husband becomes to my food and more addicted I am to make your site the first read of the day on the internet. Cranberry Chutney was par excellence. So much so that my husband sneaked in while I was away in the rest room to help himself to a second & third helping. Your rasam is now a staple item for our rice portfolio. Your Chettinad Chicken is so good that my husband advertises the same to all his relatives as "CHEDDI NITTI" which in konkani translates to straight shorts. Keep up the good work.! My husband also compliments me that I have become smarter because of this internet. If it were not for "Vahreh Vah.com" this compliment would never be coming. Good luck & thanks again.

Aruna Nov 26, 2007
Hey Sanjay,

I was looking for a way to incorporate cranberry in our diet. This is the tastiest one i have come across so far. Its a good idea to have it with rice and milk when nothing else is around :) Iam not a snack person. Thanks for recipe.

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