Lucknow Mango Chutney – Mango Chutney with Aji Limon Chilli
Mango Chutney with juicy succulent chunks of fresh fruit ready to smear all over your favourite poppadom! 100% Natural ingredients so there’s no surprises and no nasties. You may find more uses for this but right now all we love it for is putting on poppadum and enjoying all those flavours that shout out Indian food at its finest. The Ahi Lemon Chilli in this is mild yet delicious, it adds depth of flavour and not just heat, it’s about as warm as a Korma.
A mango chutney with more fruit and less sugar than usual. You’ll taste a lovely cardamon flavour and small tingle of spice. The flavours this Mango Chutney are really emphasised with the toasted spices and slithers of garlic, topped off with a hint of citrus style Aji Lemon Chilli.
A beautiful alternative to the supermarket bought big brand, low flavour version, this gives you all the fruitiness and more. Did we also mention that it’s Gluten Free and Vegan too? Once you go Lucknow, there’s no going back…
Mango Chutney with a proper artisan tasting aspect. You can tell it isn’t processed. It tastes fresh and more fruity than any you’ll have tasted before. It’s not just a mango chutney, it’s Prices Spices Lucknow Mango Chutney and nothing else comes close. Perhaps look through our many recipe ideas or to name just two perhaps try Coconut & Coriander Bread or Indian Keema.
Here’s Some Usage Ideas
Fried Indian bread that is so moorish and tasty. Serve up with your favourite curry or chutney.
Paneer Stuffed Mushrooms
Great as a starter or for lunch, this feta, mushroom and joywala dish is vegetarian and a delight that delivers a tingle of heat and plenty of flavour.
Keema, indian style minced meat packed full of flavour! Ideal served up with a pickle or two.
South African Chicken
Sweet, Sticky and very easy to make. Perfect for a weeknight.
Spiced Banana Loaf
Now here’s your basic banana loaf recipe with a slight twist
Spicy, gooey loveliness! Baked camembert pepped up with chillato chutney.
Coconut & Coriander Bread
When you smell this baking you’ll be lurching for the knife ready to cut a slab off and tuck right in.
Simple summer eating, that’s no stress and great on a summer evening (or lunch) when you fancy chilling out
Mango (38%), Sugar, Mango Pulp (Mango (90%), Sugar, Citric Acid)(30%), Gelling Agent: Pectin, Ginger, Garlic, Aji Limon Chilli (0.5%), Ground Coriander, Cumin Seed, Maldon Sea Salt, Ground Turmeric, Ground Cumin, Ground Cardamon
Allergy Advice: for allergens, see ingredients in Bold
|of which: saturates||<0.1g|
|of which: sugars||37g|
1 Jar contains 12 Servings
Reference intake of an average adult (8400kJ / 2000kcal)