This sweet and tart chutney, Amli Ni Chutney, enlivens all kinds of fried and grilled snacks. Use it as dip and serve with kebabs, pakoras and bhajiyas. In India, tamarind pods are soaked in water, then the seeds are removed and the flesh is pushed through a sieve to prepare the chutney.
Per portion Energy 59kcal/250kJ; Protein 1g; Carbohydrate 15g, of which sugars 15g; Fat 0g, of which saturates 0g; Cholesterol 0mg; Calcium 16mg; Fibre 1.5g; Sodium 253mg.
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