Carrot Chutney

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Making chutney out of carrots may seem a little strange at first; however, Carrot Chutney is truly amazing. Made with a handful of Indian spices, a splash of finger, tart apples and sweet raisins that all work together creating a unique combination of aromatic, sweet and sour flavors. Carrot chutney can be stirred into curries, spread onto sandwiches, or used to complement cheese plates. Once you've had a spoonful of carrot chutney, you'll need to have homemade chutney on hand. Try out our recipes for tropical Mango or Apple Chutney to add to your recipe repertoire.

How long will carrot chutney last?

Carrot chutney will last up to a week in the fridge

How many calories are in carrot chutney?

There are 340 calories in this recipe of carrot chutney. 

How many carbs are in Carrot Chutney?

There's 56g of carb per carrot chutney recipe. 

What does Carrot Chutney taste like?

Carrot chutney has warm, spiced, sweet and sour flavor. 
Author: Jennifer Dodd
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins
1 Cup



Add the mustard and cumin seeds in a pot placing it onto medium heat on the stovetop for 1 minute to toast the spices. 
Toasting the spices
Add in the coconut oil heating it until melted, add in the onions and sweat for 2 minutes. 
Adding oil and frying the onion
Stir in the garlic and ginger cooking for 30 seconds before adding the rest of the chutney ingredients into the pot. 
Adding garlic, ginger and the rest of the ingredients
Once the chutney comes to a simmer, reduce the heat to medium-low, cover the pot and cook for 25 minutes while stirring every 5 minutes or so until almost all the liquid has evaporated. 
Simmering the chutney
Let the chutney cool completely before adding it to a sealed container, placing it into the fridge until ready to use. 
Cooling down the chutney

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