No Sugar Dates Prunes Raisins Chutney is super fragrant and offers a perfectly balanced blend of tastes – Sweet and Sour from the Dates and Prunes, a mild touch of heat from spices makes this chutney perfect partner with chaat, samosa or pakoras.
Dates Prunes Raisins Chutney (No Added Sugar) & Kiwi Coriander Chutney
Although they (Dates and Prunes) are somewhat similar looking, dates and prunes are completely different fruits. They come from completely different plants, have different flavor profiles, and slightly different nutritional properties. Dates are their species of dried fruit that grow on trees, while prunes are plums that have been dried. The intense sweetness of Dates make them a perfect ingredient in a dessert.
Sugar Free Dip
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Prunes & Dates
Prunes are possibly the most underrated of dried fruits. Prunes are simply dried plum and like plums, they are rich in potassium, fiber, and antioxidants. Prunes are even more sweet and concentrated in flavor. They’re also a good source of fiber so they’ll keep you feeling full longer.
Savory Nut mix on topping
Raisins, Prunes, Dates, there are always in stock in my refrigerator. I like to use them in many recipes. This chutney is my favorite one because it has no sugar. It is perfect substitute for Imli ki chutney or Tamarind chutney. Imli ki chutney is often used in North Indian chaat snacks like dahi bhalle, dahi vada, samosa chaat. It’s also served with samosa, kachori, pani puri and pakora.
Perfect for chaats, dosa and pakoras
Dates Prunes Raisins Chutney ( No Added Sugar ) | Sugar Free Dip | Sweet Sour Chutney
Dates – 1 cup (Seedless)
Prunes – 1 cup
Golden raisins – 1/2 cup
Savory Nut Mix – 1/4 cup
Juice of one lemon
Amchur powder – 1 tsp
Roasted cumin powder – 1 tsp
Garam masala – 1/2 tsp
Black pepper powder – 1/2 tsp
Red chili powder – 1/2 tsp
Roasted fennel powder – 1/4 tsp
Black salt – 1/2 tsp
Himalayan pink salt – 1/2 tsp
- Soak dates, prunes with raisins in 1 & 1/2 cups of water for 1 hour.
- Grind soaked dates, prunes and raisins ( use same water in which they are soaked) and make a smooth paste.
- In a nonstick pan add grounded paste of dates, prunes and raisins. Cook for 5 minutes on low flame.
- Then add all spices and mix gently. Cook the chutney on low flame till to right and little thick consistency on low flame.
- Switch off the gas and allow chutney to cool down completely.
- Then add lemon juice and savory nut mix. Mix them well.
- Then store in a glass jar and enjoy with your favorite chaat, pakoras.
- Allow chutney to cool completely. Then store in a clean and dry glass jar.
- Keep chutney in the refrigerator after every use. Use a clean and dry spoon. It last long for 15 days.