Tamarind Chutney (Medium) by Jenny's Kitchen
If you're not sure which of Jenny's Kitchen Tamarind Chutney's to try, then the medium is a great place to start.
At age 80, Jenny won a prestigious Cuisine Artisan Award for the 'medium' which judge Ray McVinnie described as "perfect" praising the chutney's balance and depth of flavor.
Chutney is similar to a relish. A savory-sweet jam-like jar of deliciousness to eat with cheeses, meats and fish, in sandwiches and burgers, as a pizza base or alongside a curry, quiche or tart. A spoonful or two in stews and soups adds depth of flavor, mix with sour cream or yogurt to make a dip or mix with orange juice to glaze a ham.
Tamarind is a sticky, sour, date like fruit (you can see them in the last picture). It's culinary uses are diverse. It is in Worcestershire sauce, and said to be the secret ingredient in Coca Cola. In Thai and Indian cuisine it is often used in seafood and fish dishes as a souring agent (like we might use lemon). In Mexico and other countries it can be used as to create a drink or turned it a candy.
Deliciously addictive, this chutney is also vegetarian, vegan and gluten free and no artificial anything - no stabalizers, colors, thickeners or numbers.
|Name||Tamarind Chutney (Medium) by Jenny's Kitchen|
|Size||300 ml = 10.1 oz|
|Shipping||$7.50 anywhere in the USA, free if part of an order of $35 or more|
|Kiwi Credits||Earn $0.60 Kiwi Credit(s) (conditions apply)|
|Ingredients||Tamarind, Sugar, Garlic, Chili and Spices|
|Country of Origin||New Zealand|
|Shelf Life||best before XXXXX|
|Storage||Once open keep in the refrigerator|
|Food Statements||Vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and no artificial anything - no stabalizers, colors, thickeners or lab made nasties! (A good dose of sugar is required to balance the sour tamarind. Of course it's eaten a spoonful at a time but definitely not a low sugar product!)|
|SKU||>jk med 300|