Cooking with Kurma S1-E08 Indian Chutneys and Raitas

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    Featuring Indian chutneys and raitas.

    Chutneys have a variety of unique flavours, they're prepared from a wide range of ingredients and the complement the dishe

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    Featuring Indian chutneys and raitas.

    Chutneys have a variety of unique flavours, they're prepared from a wide range of ingredients and the complement the dishes they accompany.

    Chutneys go especially well with breads and savouries.

    Cooked chutneys are usually made from fruits.

    You can use any variety of fruit you like and they are generally sweet whereas uncooked chutneys are generally savoury.



    Now raitas are cool refreshing raw or semi-cooked vegetable salads that are generally folded with fresh yoghurt and lightly seasoned to accompany a main meal.

    They provide a cooling balance to hot spicy food.

    In this edition we are going to show you how to make all sorts of chutneys and raitas such as: carrot, cashew and date raita, tomato chutney, apple chutney, apricot chutney, plum chutney and fresh tomato cucumber raita.

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