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Old 03-20-2011, 01:50 PM   #21
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One of our favorites is easy tastey just bring 2- 8oz of cream cheese to room temp mix in 1/2 cup of major grey's chutney 1/2cup of toasted chopped almond 1-tea of curry powder and 1/2 tea of dry mustard put in a crock chill serve with crackers or if you enjoy celery and dates use the spread to stuff them.
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Old 03-20-2011, 06:52 PM   #22
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One of our favorites is easy tastey just bring 2- 8oz of cream cheese to room temp mix in 1/2 cup of major grey's chutney 1/2cup of toasted chopped almond 1-tea of curry powder and 1/2 tea of dry mustard put in a crock chill serve with crackers or if you enjoy celery and dates use the spread to stuff them.
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Where do you get major grey's chutney?
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Where do you get major grey's chutney?
What the heck is chutney??
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Where do you get major grey's chutney?
ai found it in my grocery store. I aked about some and they put it in.it was with the jamsand jelly's.
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What the heck is chutney??
Chutney is an Indian condiment. It's sort of a spicy, chunky jam. It often has chile peppers. Sweet or hot, mango chutney are some of the more commonly found chutneys in the west.

We were at an Indian grocery store today and bought a hot mango chutney. My dh has never tried it. It goes well with a lot of savoury dishes. I have made hot, peach chutney (yummy), hot, pineapple chutney (yummy), and banana chutney (awful).
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Amix of fruits,vinegar and sugar like a relish.
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I googled Major Grey's chutney. It seems to be a sweet, mango chutney.
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