Yield: Yields about 1-1/2 cups
In this Indian-inspired condiment, the richness of the dates gets a lift from the freshness of the mint. It’s great with roast meats, and it also makes a simple spread for crostini paired with blue cheese.
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Great chutney for an appetizer. Tasted great and lasted for over a week!
Fantastic recipe. I just made it this Easter and it was instant hit. I served it with 5 year old raw milk cheddar and home made rye caraway bread. It will be in my favourite recipe collection.
This chutney is out of this world!! The texture, the flavor, the ease of preparation...I couldn't be happier. Made it to have with pita, as a go-with for the Israeli couscous salad with mint and feta. Will definitely make this over and over!
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