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Chaat Sweet Tamarind Chutney

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About Recipe

Chinthapandu pachadi, Puli karathuvaiyal, ?Tentool Tetul Chatni

How to make Chaat sweet tamarind chutney

(9 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






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abhishek galoda Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

tooo good chef u r brilliant

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akasaart Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

the papdi chat looks a bit like sopes

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Carlton Olembo Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

So many powders lmafo

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archana111 Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

U make it look so easy!!!

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prajwallalitha Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

Chef your wife is the luckiest person in the world.

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Mituhori Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

VAH REH VAH!!! LUV U CHEF!

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Hershey Kitkat Posted on Sun Jul 05 2009

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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!

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madhulikaP Posted on Mon Jul 06 2009

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

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MyFoodsRtouching Posted on Tue Jul 07 2009

I love tamarind chutney. I put it on everything.

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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!

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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.

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