Mango Date Masala Chutney

If the title of the post wasn’t enough to get your mouth watering, what if I also said it only consists of four ingredients? What about if I told you it was sugar free? Does that “sweeten the deal”?  :lol:

Mango Date Masala Chutney

I was recently contacted by the folks at Bard Valley Natural Delights, who generously provided me with a whole box of dates! I’m not sharing my bounty, but I will share a delicious recipe made with this delicious  fruit. If you’ve never had a Medjool date, I urge you to get on that. They are naturally very sweet, with a caramel-y taste, which is why this recipe contains no added sweeteners! They are also high in antioxidants (see ya, cancer), electrolytes (nature’s perfect workout snack), and are packed with fibre (12% of your daily requirement in one serving)!

Bard Valley Medjool Dates

So what can you put this chutney on? Well, just about anything! I have trailed it on oatmeal, atop pancakes, with curry, and straight up on a spoon; the possibilities are endless! If you’re not into garam masala spice or don’t have it on hand, feel free to sub with regular cinnamon.

Mango Date Masala Chutney

Mango Date Masala Chutney

by Suzanne

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes (plus chill time)

Keywords: appetizer side sauce gluten-free vegan wheat-free vegetarian sugar-free nut-free dates mango Indian

 

Ingredients (Approx 2 c.)

  • 1 mango, chopped
  • 3/4 c. Medjool dates, pits removed
  • 1 c. water (+ more as needed)
  • 1 tsp. garam masala

Instructions

Add ingredients to a small sauce pot. Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer.

Once boiled down, mash with the back of a fork.

Chill in the fridge before serving.

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Mango Date Masala Chutney

Disclaimer: I was given a coupon for a free box of dates by Bard Valley Natural Delights. I was not otherwise compensated for this post, and opinions are all my own.

Question of the Day: Do you like dates? Do you ever ‘experiment’ by trying sauces on random dishes?

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19. March 2014 by Suzanne
Categories: Food, Recipe, Vegan | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 23 comments

Comments (23)

  1. I was just thinking about mango chutney last night (we went out for Indian food at the weekend) and then you pop up with this recipe! Looks so so good!
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  2. Beautiful pics girl!! Soo soo pretty! And ofcourse the chutney looks delish.
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  3. Dates are pretty much magic. Period. This looks ammmazing.
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  4. This reminds me of C cause he claims churtney is his speciality! It’s not…
    Davida @ The Healthy Maven recently posted…Spinach & Artichoke Omelette + Lékué Omelet MakerMy Profile

  5. I love dates! And yes, I totally put mustard on things mustard shouldn’t go on! lol.

    This recipe looks great. So simple too!
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  6. Haha you really can do anything with dates! Looks awesome, lady!
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  8. You know, I’ve never actually made a chutney before. But this looks super easy and delicious! You can never go wrong with dates.
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  9. I looove date chutney! I have a recipe that I never make, but in the interest of going through my pantry (major goal over the next 4 months), I will have to! Thanks for the new variation to try :)

    Oh and try chutney on a vegan grilled cheese. UH-MAZING
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  10. I love your pictures! They look really awesome. And I love mango chutney and this recipe looks wonderfully easy and yummy.

    AND I love that you chose my soup as one of your picks and I am very appreciate, Suzanne! I am honored. Thank you!

    Zsu @ Zsu’s Vegan Pantry
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  11. four ingredients – sounds amazing – I buy that brand of dates sometimes and love them – they are so good to eat as snacks but I really would love to try them in a chutney now

  12. Just what my sweet tooth ordered! This easy to make chutney will be a new addition to my menu. What a great topping for my oatmeal or other cereals!
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