Bombay Authentics Mint Chutney
Mint sauce with Patricia's secret spice blend, so evocative of the Days of Raj. Use straight from the bottle: this is a very popular accompaniment in Indian households most housewives have their own method of making this chutney. It can be used straight from the jar as an accompaniment with a curry.
As a marinade: Mix one jar of luxury mint chutney to a large pot of Greek yoghurt and marinate some lamb chops in it. Leave in the fridge for 1-2 hours (or) preferably overnight. Grill the chops or better still put them on the BBQ. Alternatively, mix our luxury mint chutney with some port to marinate the lamb chops.
Use our mint chutney as a replacement for mint sauce with roast lamb – delicious and different. Make your own Raita a cooling side-dish to serve with curry: Add as much or as little to some Greek yoghurt. You could also chop some cucumber and red onions and a de-seeded chili for some added spice.
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