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Mango Chutney | Keri Chatni | Aam ki Chatni Recipe

Aam ki chutney:There are thousands of reasons to hate summer but a mango ain’t one. And the delectable and saucy aam ki chutney recipe by the largest and number one ranking, online food and cooking network of Pakistan: sooperchef.pk is one of the very best ways to incorporate the king of fruits in your diet this summer. The aam ki chutney recipe also goes by the name of Keri ki chutney, which is the native word for a green or unripe mango: the kind that is used for the preparation of the sweet and sour aam ki chutney. There are countless other delicious and healthy recipes on the menu of sooperchef.pk that can be accessed for free in both Urdu and English languages on the panel. Some of the most honorable mentions of the top-notch recipes on the menu include the likes of the hearty and smoky chicken tikka pulao recipe for all the folks who can’t have enough of bbq, the explosively flavorsome dynamite chicken recipe, the tasty and hearty lasagna roll-ups recipe, the protein filled lobia and keema recipe and the last but not the very least: the tasty and crumbly keema samosa recipe (Pakistani style recipe). The green mango chutney is basically an Indian chutney recipe which is prepared by only unripe mangoes as the ripe ones are sweet and lose their sourness upon ripening. The green unripe ones are harder in texture, sour in taste which provides the necessary tang of the chutney. For the making, the mangoes are peeled and sprinkled with pepper, turmeric, and salt and fried in oil alongside other spices. Water is added to the mix and heated until the mangoes become soft. Some of the main ingredients include fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds, nigella seeds, and cumin seeds. Find the complete aam ki chutney recipe on sopoperchef.pk. 

Four types of Chutney

Four types of Chutney Recipes in Urdu & English Chutney recipes have been around the Indian subcontinent since the beginning of time and today sooperchef introduces you to four types of chutney recipes. This recipe provides you with four different types of chutneys that are eaten in Pakistan with great delight. The plum chutney recipe is made with dried plums which are soaked overnight and then the water from the soaked plums are separated from each other. Later on, it is added with 4 maghaz and lemon is used for the garnishing purposes. One of the most beloved chutneys of the Punjabi region of Pakistan is mango chutney, which is sometimes also known as Kairi chutney. It is made by unripe mangoes, which are cut into thin slices and then boiled in hot water. They are added with red chili, salt, sugar, and whole garlic. This chutney can be served alongside many Pakistani food like dal chawal, chicken malai boti, Baryani  and curry to make them taste even better. Tamarind chutney is one of the tangiest chutneys you can ask for. For its preparation, tamarinds are rid of their seeds and soaked in water for some four to six hours. It is then poured in a pan and added with sugar during the cooking process. Green chutney is essentially the national chutney of Pakistan as it shares the same color of the nation’s flag and eaten with every Special Pakistani recipe imaginable. It is made by grounding ingredients like green chilies, green coriander, salt, lemon juice, roasted cumin, lemon juice and salt etc. you can find the complete recipe of four types of chutney on sooperchef.pk in Urdu and English language.