Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Homemade rhubarb chutney spiked with fresh and crystallized ginger.
The recipe below is an approximation of Jaffrey’s recipe (I still don’t have Fenugreek seeds) and I made most of it up as I went along. Chutneys are great to improvise with.
Easy tomato chutney recipe that's perfect for making right now if you live down-under, or bookmarking for later use...
I am slightly addicted to chilli and eat it on as many foods as possible. This is a spicy and sweet chilli jam with garlic and ginger. I think it has a bit of a spicy kick but it is not mouth burning.
I used fresh turmeric in this recipe as I happened to have bought some in Jackson Heights this week. Feel free to use powdered or leave it out altogether.
This pickle is the Indian kind, which is really a spicy condiment that you eat with hot rice and yogurt, but it's really good on almost anything - sandwiches, noodles, curry, etc.
Easy Onion Bhajis with a superb cilantro chutney recipe -- the chutney is great with any dish!
Roasted Meyer Lemon and Shallot Chutney, with just a touch of sea salt.
Hot, spicy, sweet, sour and salty, all of these wonderful flavors are combined in this delicious Parsi Eggplant Pickle from India.
Tart and sweet, this cranberry chutney is the perfect condiment for turkey sandwiches and a delicious glaze for ham.
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