Dive into a sweet, sour, tangy world of raw mangoes treated with an heirloom recipe to bring you just the perfect mango chutney!
Khatti Meethi Aam Chutney is simply raw mangoes steeped in a slew of spices, sugar, salt, cardamom and raisins. Because it’s made with slightly ripe mangoes, your taste buds are in for a rollercoaster ride. It will leave you lickin’ your fingers!
SPRUCE UP DULL MEALS:
You don’t cook spicy meals every day. Some days you’ve to settle for slightly less exciting ones like dal, plain rice, sabji, etc. But don’t fret, you can now pour this tangy goodness over the meal or just keep it on the side as a dip. The perfect way to spruce up any dull meal without having to rely on fast food!
AMAZING NUTRITIONAL VALUE:
Rejoice, because your favorite aam ki chutney is not just incredibly tasty but also has amazing over-the-top nutritional value. It contains vitamin C which steps up immunity. Regular consumption can also protect the body from diarrhea, scurvy, dysentery, and indigestion during summer. Nope, you don’t have to chow it down in copious amounts to get the ingredients to take effect. Just a spoonful would suffice.
ORIGINAL RECIPE OF INDIA:
We use only authentic grandma recipes to ensure our product is a true standout. Our ingredients are all pure and our recipe is passed down as an heirloom. Immediately remind you of how your mom/grandmom used to make mango chutney. This will feel like home if you’re living abroad.
PURE & NATURAL INGREDIENTS:
We use a mix of sweet and spicy to make our lip-smacking khatti meethi aam chutney. It gets its tangy-ness from the unripe mangoes, and the sweetness is contributed by raisins and sugar. Other than these, we also use black salt, garam masala, chilli powder, cloves, cardamom, and raisins. Only non-GMO ingredients are used.
ALL THE AMAZING WAYS TO ENJOY IT:
Aam ki chutney is best enjoyed with a simple meal, such as rice and dal. Some folks also like to spread it over rotis/paratha, while others appreciate it more when used as a dip with street food like samosa, pakora, kachori, etc. There’s no right way of eating it. Just do it how it brings you the most pleasure!