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Tomato Kasundi

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Cooking time

Prep: 20 minutes Cook: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Skill level

More effort

Servings

5-6 350ml jars

Indian chutney

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Ingredients

  • 1.5Kg Tomatoes
  • 2tsp salt
  • 9 cloves garlic
  • 180g green ginger
  • 1tsp coriander seeds
  • 10 bird's eye chillies
  • 260g onions
  • 350g apples
  • 350ml cider vinegar
  • 2tblsp black mustard seeds
  • 50ml oil
  • 1tblsp cumin seeds
  • 1tblsp turmeric
  • 2tblsp nigella seeds (Alternative mix oregano & sesame seeds)
  • 2tsp whole cloves
  • 1tsp chilli powder
  • 200 g brown sugar

Method

  1. Roughly chop tomato and mix with salt. Steep for one hour

  2. Warm vinegar on low heat, add mustard seed. Remove from heat for 15 mins

  3. Put ginger and garlic in blender and pulse. Add vinegar and make smooth paste.

  4. Heat oil and fry spices for 20 secs. Add vinegar paste, onions and chilli mix and fry 5-10 mins

  5. Drain tomatoes add to pan with apples and sugar. Simmer for 1 Hour. Ladel into warm sterilised jars

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