How do you keep chutney fresh?
Chutneys are usually kept fresh by adding a souring agent like lemon or frying them in little oil. Like the Maharashtrian red or green chilly thecha or chutney are sauteed in a bit of oil after being hand-pounded. This adds a layer of flavour and also helps in keeping it fresh. Aazol's green and red chilli chutney is made in small batches using local ingredients and sealed and packed in glass jars to maintain freshness.
How many types of chutneys are there?
There are multiple types of dry and wet chutneys in India. Some are made with fresh ingredients, and some with dry ingredients. We Indians love our chutneys. They add that extra zing to every meal. We may also have different chutneys with different meals. And some meals, like the chaats, are based on the flavours these chutneys add. Hence, we can say that there are multiple types of chutney with varied purposes.
What is red chutney made of?
The red chilli chutney is made of fresh red chillies, garlic, cumin, and other ingredients. To make it a little tangy citric acid is added. This red chilly chutney is made in small batches. It is hand-pounded so that you get the original flavour.
Why green chilli is good for health?
Green chillies are not just flavourful spices we use for our cooking. They also have significant health benefits like it relieves nasal congestion, controlling diabetes, strengthening the immune system and more. Green chillies are a natural source of Vitamin C too.
How long does chutney last in the fridge?
Aazol's red and green thecha or chutney has a small amount of Permitted Class II Preservatives. Hence they are best for 6 months from packing. In the fridge, too, the chutneys can be kept for 6 months. We are sure the yummy taste of these spicy, tangy chutneys won't let you keep them in the fridge for that long.