Time to make: 5 minutes
Vegetarian, vegan and gluten free
Growing up, this was one of the three staple chutneys my Mom made and always had on hand. It was one of the “hacks” she found to making a no cook chutney.
Make this chutney to go with many Indian dishes such as samosas, chaats, dabeli, vada pav, pani puri to name a few. It replaces the need for tamarind chutney, and it just may become your favorite too.
- Very simple to make – just mix ingredients in a bowl
- Versatile – goes with many Indian dishes and even with global cuisines – try it on a cheese board or with Samosa-dillas!
- Tangy, sweet and spicy – hits all the notes!
Making the spicy apple chutney
Apple butter can be found in any local grocery store.
- Measure spices and apple butter
- Juice a lemon
- Mix in a bowl
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Easy Apple Butter Chutney
- 17 oz apple butter can 1 lb 1 oz
- 1 tsp salt
- 5 tbsp sugar
- 1 tbsp cumin coriander powder dhana jeeru
- 1½ tsp red chilli powder lal mirch
- 2 tbsp lemon juice
- ¼ cup water additional as per preference
- Measure out and add all ingredients to a bowl.
- Mix well. Adjust water to make thinner if that is your preference. Serve.