Momo Chutney

Hot momo chutney made with dried red chillies and vinegar.

  • Cooking time
    30 minutes
  • Calories
    0
    kcal
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This is a no-cook, easy-to-make momo chutney recipe for the hot chilli sauce that is usually served with momos or kotheys. Besides the heat from the dried red chillies, vinegar lends it a slight tang and the garlic provides flavour. Just a dab of this hot momo chutney is enough with each bite—it packs quite a punch.

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Ingredients

Serves
125g chutney
  • 20 g dried red chillies
  • 120 g vinegar (optional)
  • 3 g or 1 pc garlic (large)
  • ½ tsp salt

Method

  1. Slit open the dried red chillies and discard the seeds.
  2. Soak the chillies in hot water for 15 minutes (or in vinegar for 2 hours).
  3. Transfer them to a grinder jar with some of the soaking liquid. You can add more later to adjust consistency. 
  4. Add crushed garlic and salt. Blend everything until smooth.

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