Sooth (chutney)

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Sooth
Aloo Tikki served with chutneys.jpg
Aloo tikki served with mint (left) and saunth chutneys (right), and dahi
TypeChutney
Place of originIndia
Region or stateNorth India
Main ingredientsTamarind, dried ginger, dates
Variationsyogurt

Saunth (or sooth), is a sweet chutney used in Indian chaats. It is made from dried ginger (sooth) and tamarind (or imli) paste, hence the name.[1] The chutney is brownish-red in colour.

Modern sooth is often made with dates. However, sooth made with dried ginger adds a special flavour to the chaat and is preferred in most parts of North India.

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  1. ^ "Imli (Tamarind) Saunth (Dried Ginger) Chutney conserve Recipe". Indiacurry.com. Retrieved 17 May 2012.

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