Aloo bukhara Chutney- A very healthy and delicious Plum Chutney
Aloo bukhara chutney – I love all kinds of slightly tart fruits whether they are oranges, kiwis or beautiful Plums .In My family they are not fan of eating fruits so all the fruits often end in a chutney .
This winter we are getting beautiful juicy plums in the market so I brought a big box of the fresh Plums and as usual they are lying in the refrigerator so before they got spoiled I made his delicious healthy relish with the fruits and the chutney got finished in a day with sandwiches and pakoras.
I love experimenting with fruits and often make jam,chutney and stir fries. This summer when I got a lot of Indian natal plums/ ber here in Dubai then I also made Ber Ki Chutney which taste amazing ,though we get a variety of Fruit jams in the market but home made jams are always better, taste very fresh and delicious.
I have made this plum/ aloo bukhara ki chutney slightly chunky but you can also mash it completely and use as a jam for breads etc. Quantity of sugar can also be adjusted as per your taste.so do try this plum chutney and enjoy with bread ,poori or any fried snack of your choice ,also goes very well as a side dish with your meal.
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Aloo bukhara Chutney, Plum Chutney
- 7 Plum/aloo bukhara
- 1 Raw Mango / Kachcha Aam 100 gms
- 1.5 tbsp Ginger / Adrak grated
- 1/2 cup Sugar / Chini
- 1.5 tsp Chili flakes /Kuti hui laal mirch
- To taste Salt / Namak
- 1 tbsp Cooking Oil
- 1 tsp Cumin Seeds / Sabut Jeera
- 2 Cloves / Lavang
- 2 tbsp Raisins / Kishmish
- wash and chop plums into small pieces.
- Peel and chop raw mango into small pieces
- Heat oil in a pan and add cumin seeds .
- When cumin start to crackle then add cloves and ginger and give a stir.
- Add chopped plums, raw mango, sugar, chili flakes, 2 tbsp water and salt.
- Mix well and cover the pan with a lid and cook on low heat.
- When fruit pieces become soft then slightly mash it with the ladle and add the raisins.
- Simmer till it reach the desired consistency.(it will thicken further till it cool down)
- Let it cool down completely then store in a glass jar and keep refrigerated after 2-3 days
- you can the chutney smooth or keep it chunky as per your preference.
- Can add 2 tbsp of water if needed.
- Can use 2 tbsp of lemon juice or tamarind pulp instead of raw mango, but add just before finishing.