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Our Chutney is Special!

January 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

CHUTNEY 101

Test your Chutney knowledge. 

CC Chutney Duo

The word "chutney" is derived from the Hindi word chatṭnī, meaning to lick.  In India, 'chutney' refers to fresh and pickled preparations indiscriminately, with preserves often sweetened.

After almost two hundred years on western menus there are now a wide range of chutney relishes and recipes.  With its Apple Cider vinegar base, our indigenous produce becomes the centrepiece of this traditional Indian relish, with a twist.

We know our Chutneys are special and the ideal condiments for roasts, sandwiches and cheese platters.  You can also add them as a special ingredient in marinades, sauces, dressings and even cocktails. (Try our Oz Red Snapper!)

Currong Comestibles’ also takes pride in the fact that our manufacturing process doesn't include wastage. After the production of our Shrubs we have the strained fruit left. This flavoured mélange becomes the basis of our native Australian fruit chutney recipes. 

We add additional ingredients that compliment the indigenous fruits plus special native spice blends for each recipe. Each of our Chutneys have a distinctive flavour and ‘personality’.

Spicy Riberry Chutney is our more traditional relish and ‘Australia’s answer to cranberry sauce’ thanks to Riberries' unique spicy, clove flavour. 

Our Rainforest Lime & Mango Chutney has a more tropical, exotic and ‘chutney’ flavour thanks to the Mango element. 

However you enjoy them our Chutneys are Super Special!  

Enjoy!

 

PS - If you haven't tasted our Chutneys, we're at Carriageworks Market (2/4) and Northside Produce Market (2/18).  Stop by for your taste!

 

Tagged: Australian native foods, Carriageworks Market, chutney, Oz Red Snapper, Rainforest Lime & Mango Chutney, Rainforest Limes, Riberry, Spicy Riberry Chutney

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