vahrehvah
sanjay thumma Vahchef with Indian food videos inspires home cooks with new recipes every day.



Chaat Sweet Tamarind Chutney

FATTA FAT CHUTNEY - RAW PAPAYA CHUTNEY

Fatta Fat Chutney - Raw Papaya Chutney

Chutney made from raw papaya in south Indian style is one of the most had recipes....

Raw Mango And Moong Dal Chutney

Raw Mango And Moong Dal Chutney

An easy and healthy Andhra chutney recipe prepared with roasted moong dal and raw mango. ...

Peanut Onion Tomato Chutney

Peanut Onion Tomato Chutney

Onion Tomato peanut Chutney is easy delicious chutney for idli, dosa or South Indian tiff...

BEETROOT CHUTNEY 1

Beetroot Chutney 1

Beet root is a part of the regular meal in the Southern Indian states, Tamil Nadu and Ker...

Red Chili and Tomato Pickle

Red Chili And Tomato Pickle

Red chili and tomato pickle is easy, spicy and tangy recipe famous in Telangana state. ...

MANGO AND SESAME SEEDS CHUTNEY

Mango And Sesame Seeds Chutney

An awesome mango chutney with sesame seeds. Its a Spicy sour Chutney....

Chaat Sweet Tamarind Chutney Recipe, Imli Chutney, How To Make Chaat Sweet Tamarind Chutney Recipe

Khajur Imli ki chutney is a sweet-sour recipe prepared with tamarind, jaggery and dates.

We can make yummy chaat dishes for a wonderful evening making use of this chutney.

About Recipe

Chinthapandu pachadi, Puli karathuvaiyal, ?Tentool Tetul Chatni

How to make Chaat sweet tamarind chutney

(6 ratings)
53 reviews so far
Prep time
3 mins
Cook time
5 mins
Total time
8 mins
Chaat sweet tamarind chutney
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Tamarind pulp
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 26, 2019


Ingredients used in Chaat sweet tamarind chutney
• Tamarind juice - 2 cups.
• Chat masala - 3 tablespoons.
• Water - as required.
• Sugar - 2 cups.
• Edible red color - 1 tea spoon.
Method:
  • In a bowl addchaat masala, tamarind juice, sugar and mix it well.
  • Add red color to it and mix again.
  • Now boil this mixture for 5 minutes.
  • Let it cool and store in the bottle.

It can be served with any snacks.






Cooking with images Tamarind , Tamarind , Hunase Hannu Huli catni






Comments & Reviews

 

You need to login to post a comment. Click here to login.

Recent comments

profile image

abhishek galoda Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

tooo good chef u r brilliant

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

akasaart Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

the papdi chat looks a bit like sopes

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Carlton Olembo Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

So many powders lmafo

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

archana111 Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

U make it look so easy!!!

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

prajwallalitha Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

Chef your wife is the luckiest person in the world.

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Mituhori Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

VAH REH VAH!!! LUV U CHEF!

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

Hershey Kitkat Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

ure haircut is sexiii

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

vorpal22 Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

I wish Indian food used less red food colouring :(... I can't eat it, and I would like to try a lot more dishes!

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

madhulikaP Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

Its optional just to make the dish look better....I skip it all the time

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

MyFoodsRtouching Posted on Tue Jul 07 2009

I love tamarind chutney. I put it on everything.

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

vorpal22 Posted on Tue Jul 07 2009

Yeah, of course, and I don't use it at home either... I just wish that less restaurants used it so I could eat out more often!

Reply 0 - Replies
profile image

vorpal22 Posted on Tue Jul 07 2009

Oh, hahaha. Of course, and I leave it out when I cook. I wish that less restaurants used it, though, because I love to eat out.

Reply 0 - Replies

 


Be the first to know about Our Recipes and Foods: Subscribe to Newsletter