Lime chutney (nimboo chatni)
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Lime chutney (nimboo chatni)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:27:28 AM. Recipe ID 62374. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Lime chutney (nimboo chatni)
 Categories: Preserving, Chutney
      Yield: 1 1/4 liter
 
     12    Limes; halved
      1 md Onion; peeled, quartered
      4    Hot green chile peppers
           1 in ginger root
      4 oz Seedless raisins
      7    Green cardamom pods
      1 tb Black peppercorns
      1 tb Coriander seeds
      1 tb Mustard seeds
      4    Dried red chile peppers
  1 1/2 c  Cider vinegar
      3 tb Coarse salt
      1 lb Light brown sugar
 
  Juice the limes. Discard 6 lime halves. In a food processor, combine
  remaining 18 lime halves, green chile peppers, ginger and raisins.
  Chop finely. Place mixture in a non-metal bowl.  Open cardamom pods.
  In a heavy skillet toast peppercorns, cardamom seeds, mustard and
  coriander seeds and the dried red chilis for about 3 minutes,
  stirring constantly. Let cool spices on a dry plate, then grind
  finely. Add spices, lime juice, sugar and vinegar to the chopped
  fruit mixture. Stir thoroughly, cover and let steep at room
  temperature for two days. On the third day pour mixture into an
  enameled pot (no stainless steel!), add salt and bring to a boil
  slowly. Simmer, uncovered, for 30 minutes.  Fill into prepared clean
  jars. Close jars with a tight fitting lid. Store in a cool place.
  
  The chutney should rest for at least 2 weeks (4 weeks recommended)
  before opening. Keep open jars in the refrigerator.
  
  Contributor:  phildeb@ibm.net
 




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Recipe ID 62374 (Apr 03, 2005)

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