Pear Chutney with currants, a mildly spiced chutney, wonderful with simple Indian vegetarian recipes like Spicy Tofu Rice Pilaf, Simple Mung Dhal, Carrots and Peas With Cumin, and Indian flatbread - Chapatis.
Chutneys are traditional Indian condiments, often prepared from raw ingredients, which balance meals, ensuring that all six tastes are included - sweet, sour, salty, pungent, bitter, astringent.
Total prep & cook time: 60 min
8 - 12 Servings
Nutrition Data, 91g Serving: 68 cal, 1 cal. from fat, 18g carb, 0g fat, 105mg sodium, 3g fiber, 0g protein, 13g sugar, lw Saturated Fat, low Cholesterol, Good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C. Estimated glycemic load 6.
Use organic ingredients for pear chutney if you can, for the best taste, and also so you aren't eating concentrated amounts of pesticides and herbicides with your chutney.
Cooked chutneys like this take a while to cook, but don't need much attention, so your chutney can simmer while you're cooking other things.
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