List of chutneys

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Ingredients being used in the preparation of a plum chutney

This is a list of notable chutney varieties. Chutney is a sauce and condiment in Indian cuisine, the cuisines of the Indian subcontinent and South Asian cuisine. It is made from a highly variable mixture of spices, vegetables, or fruit.[1] Chutney originated in India, and is similar in preparation and usage to a pickle.[1][2] In contemporary times, chutneys and pickles are a mass-produced food product.

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Mint chutney (left), Saunth chutney (right), yogurt (top) and aloo tikki (bottom)

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