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A chutney is a variety of condiment similar to a relish, originating in South Asian cuisine. There is a wide variety, but chutneys usually consist of spiced fruits and/or vegetables. The texture can range anywhere from smooth to chunky, and the spiciness can range from mild to hot. They often have an acidic component.

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External links and references[edit | edit source]

  • Gisslen's Professional Cooking (2015)
  • Oxford Companion to Food (2014)
  • Labensky et al., On Cooking (2019)
  • Culinary Essentials (2010)
  • Rinsky's The Pastry Chef's Companion (2008)