Thursday, November 25, 2010

Cranberry Chutney

Happy Thanksgiving to all :)!!!
I wish everyone a very happy & blessed holiday season ahead and an even happier and blessed 2011 to one & all :)!!!

Thanks Vivek & Amy for having us over to celebrate Thanksgiving with you & your family along with so many wonderful friends all these past years. This cranberry chutney is dedicated to the wonderful memories we created over the last 6 years with you & yours.

Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 20 minutes

2 Cups cranberries fresh
2 tbsp: dried Cranberries
Dried raisins: 2 tbsp
dried Figs: 2
Dried prunes: 2
Ginger:  2 tbsp chopped
garlic: 2 tbsp chopped
Mint: 1 tbsp chopped
Cilantro: 1 tbsp chopped
Red pepper: 1 tbsp
Roasted jeera /Cumin powder: 1 tbsp
jaggery/Gud: 1 1/2 cup
Sugar: 5 tbsp
Oil: 3 tbsp
Black salt: 1 tbsp or taste

In a pan add 3 tbsp oil ,when hot add all the above ingredients and cook till cranberries are well cooked and mashed consistency.

Now puree this in the smoothie maker. You can store it in a glass bottle in the fridge. Mix some luke warm water and make it thin just before serving.

 You can enjoy this as a savory chutney with almost any snacks. I enjoy this chutney on a toast as a snack along with enjoying it with samosas and so many finger foods.


  1. beautiful color ...perfect side dish for thanksgiving dinner....Happy Thanksgiving to you n family dear!

    US Masala

  2. colourful delicious flavours
    thank you Kavita Happy thanksgiving to you and family

  3. Looks stunning Kavita...I will be making this soon..

  4. looks yummy...

  5. Love the combo of fruits you've used, must be delicious...

  6. good one and the colour just looks wow !

  7. Healthy cranberry chutney,looks yummy!yum!


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