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The color of strawberry is very beautiful. It has this tone of red that is very fun and pleasing to the eye. With the intention to eat fr...

Strawberry Chutney is Red

The color of strawberry is very beautiful. It has this tone of red that is very fun and pleasing to the eye. With the intention to eat fresh produce as much as possible, I decided to use up the bag of frozen strawberries. Had no specific recipe in my mind, I decided to allow my creative juices to flow in preparing something interesting and fast. It was a very relaxing and exciting experience for me to start cooking without a plan. Well, after I tossed the strawberries in the pan, I worked like the rat in Ratatouille. The chutney was perfect for me, a little sweet, sour, salty and spicy. Great with stuffed roti's, bread toppings. Reminded me of something I tasted at farmers markets.


Heavy bottom saucepan
Cutting Board


Strawberries - 15 ( I used frozen , I am sure fresh would be fine too)
Green Chillis - 1 (deseeded)
Peppercorns - 10
Cumin Powder - 2 tsp
Brown Sugar - 1/2 cup
Raisins - 1/4Th cup
Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
Orange Juice - 3 tbsp
Water - 3 tbsp


1. Heat the pan with frozen strawberries and all the above ingredients except the raisins and cook it on medium flame.

2. Using a potato smasher mix the ingredients and mash the strawberries.

3. When the liquid starts to disappear add raisins and remove from flame

4. Store in a bottle.


  1. Strawberry chutney! Sounds new and creative, good work! Will definitely be trying out your chutney.

  2. Thanks for stopping by,and i really appreciate how the fellow bloggers shower praises,this is one unique thing in food blog world...everywhere else competition in similar fields of work ,results into so much of bitching and dirty politics....kindly don't let this trend change!
    Coming to strawberry chutney.....this surely is one i never heard and can never imagine....but i m surely wondering why no body thought of it,considering strawberries have natural sweet and tangy taste...just fit for chutney..Loved the colour of final dish..
    Will visit again for some more innovative recipes

  3. this looks total yum,..thnks for sharin..

  4. Wow! Very interesting entry!

  5. Thank you all for these nice words. Alka, what you give out you get in 100 folds they say.

    Regarding the strawberry, I think to make chutney its important not to use very sour or tart ones coz then the amount of sugar, salt and spice needs to be increased to achieve the perfect taste.

  6. It wasgreat trying your recipe.Mu hubby loved it...Looking forward to many more...