Today the AIP #MondayMusings series takes us back to a delicious fiery, yet sweet chutney: Devil Chutney. Give it a try, if you dare.
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Following up on previous delicious chutneys, an Anglo-Indian condiment known by a few names: Devil Chutney, Hells Fire Chutney or Hells Flame Chutney.
The bright red colour of the chutney leads many people to think it is very hot. It is not, but has a sweet and fiery taste. it is very simple to make in just 10 minutes.
Read more about this post and see the full recipe at: Devil Chutney
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