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Kerala Tamarind & Ginger Chutney Hot (390g)

$20

76 in stock

Care instructions:

Do NOT Refrigerate EVER. Serve with a clean dry spoon and store in the pantry after opening.

This chutney will remain in perfect condition as long as you ensure there is no contamination from food or water particles.

Never return any unfinished portions to the jar or use a serving utensil used for anything else.

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76 in stock

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Description

Nutrition Information

Servings per package:

39

Serving size:

10
g

Average Qty
per Serving

Average Qty per 100g

Energy

102 kJ
1020 kJ

Protein

0.4 g
3.6 g

Fat, total

1.6 g
16.1 g

-saturated

0.3 g
2.5 g

Carbohydrate

3.5 g
34.7 g

-sugars

1.2 g
11.8 g

Sodium

58 mg
582 mg

Ingredients

Water, Tamarind (20%), Olive Oil, Dried Chillies, Brown Sugar, Garlic Powder, Fresh Ginger (5%), Lentils, Sea Salt, Turmeric, Black Mustard Seed, Garlic Flakes, Curry Leaves

Serving Suggestion

One Teaspoon on the side of any curry of your choice is the perfect accompaniment.
Alternatively it is amazing with cold meats, cheese, pizza bases, steaks and sausages.
To make hors d’oeuvres use a savoury biscuit or corn chip with a dollop of sour cream and a tsp of chutney.

Additional information

Weight0.81 kg
Dimensions10.5 × 9 × 14 cm
Heat

Size

13.7oz, 390g

Barcode

"0799632178217"

Australian % Ingredients

48

2 reviews for Kerala Tamarind & Ginger Chutney Hot (390g)

  1. Mary

    Delicious! So many ways to use this authentic chutney.

  2. Elizabeth Meakin (verified owner)

    A curry is not the same unless it has this chutney as an accompaniment. It adds a special something, a flavour boost. I can recommend you add this as a side to any spicy curry,

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