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We are taking a break from Kollwitzmarkt until the spring. If anyone is after any of our chutney in the meantime, do get in touch with us and we can probably sort something out.
Our varieties are:
Mango and Lime
Apple and Ginger
Pear, Date and Walnut
Tiger (Pineapple and Chilli)
Cost of 4,50€ per jar (or 4,00€ per jar if you buy 3 or more)
Further to our success at Flohmarkt am Mauerpark, selling chutney, we have expanded our operation and are now producing chutney in a professional kitchen.
One thing that is near impossible to find in Germany is chutney. For the German readers who don't know what this is, it is a spicy Anglo-Indian sauce made out of fruit, sugar and vinegar. Wikipedia explains it well. Traditionally an accompaniment to Indian food, it is fantastic with cheese and cold meats. I also like some chutneys with roast meats and they can also be used to spice up sauces and give them an extra depth of flavour - as in this lamb tagine.