BM # 15   Day 1
Last one week I have been posting Thaalis from different states.This week I shall give you some of the recipes from those Thaalis.Kashmiri Cuisine uses lot of dry fruits and fresh fruits in their cuisine, so here are two chutneys which are a great accompaniment with any meal.

The Doon Chetin is a sweet and sour chutney with apples and raisins.What a wonderful and unique combination.Once you start eating it you surely would not like to leave it!

The second chutney is the Walnut Chutney.This is more like a dip and I would prefer to eat it with my wraps and may be some kind of chips. It would be wonderful as a spread on a toasted multi grain bread too.Well  options are many …you have to decide.

Doon Chetin
4-5 ………………apples, de seeded and chopped
½ cup ………….sugar
½ tsp………….. grated ginger
½ tsp………….  black salt
1tsp……………. red chilly pwd
¼ tsp …………..cinnamon pwd
10-12………….. raisins
½ tsp………….. vinegar

Heat a pan .
Add apples and sugar.
It will leave water.
Cook till the water evaporates.
Add salt,black salt and ginger.
Cook for five minutes.
Add vinegar,raisins and chilly pwd.
Cook for a minute.
Cool and store.

Walnut chutney
½ cup………………. walnuts boiled
½ tsp ………………..red chilly pwd
1cup………………… whisked curd
2………………………. green chillies finely chopped
1 ……………………….onion finely chopped
Pinch hing
Salt to taste
Fresh mint leaves

Boil the walnuts  and cook for 3-4 minutes.
Drain the water.
Grind the walnuts to a smooth paste.
Add red chilly pwd,whisked curd,green chillies,onion,hing  and salt.
Garnish with mint leaves.


For more Kashmiri recipes check  Kashmiri Thaali
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26 thoughts on “Kashmiri Chutneys”

  1. I am just not able to get over your thali recipes, Vaishali. You completely knocked me over with those! The chutneys seem lovely, but the entire spread is just too good 🙂

  2. OMG Vaishali, I haven't yet stopped drooling over all your thali pictures, now you have these spicy, sweet chutneys to tempt me more.. Everything looks absolutely mouth watering and delicious. Looking forward to your yummy recipes this week.

  3. Oh! My! God! I am totally bowled over and knocked to the floor by your thali blogathon. Whoa! This is ablsolutely amazing. Every single thali looks so unique. Way to go girl! You rock!

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