Urban Platter Solapur Groundnut Chutney, 250g [Traditional Maharashtrial Dry Peanut Chutney]
Urban Platter Solapur Groundnut Chutney, 250g [Traditional Maharashtrial Hand-pounded Dry Peanut Shengdana Chutney]
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Indian kitchens have had the heritage to store and use traditional Spices & Masalas for years in their pantry and also invent various techniques like using castor oil with selected grains to prolong the shelf life of ingredients.
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- Keep the lid Airtight or transfer it to an Airtight container. As mentioned earlier, Humidity and Air need to be of good quality. For that, choose a pre-cleaned, odour-free glass or PET container with an air-tight lid and immediately transfer it into the container immediately. This is ideal for spices, seasonings or baking ingredients.
- Refrigerate when necessary. With most liquid products, sauces, condiments or even nuts, you must refrigerate them once opened (and keep them airtight) for the best quality experiences and shelf life. For extremely sensitive products like Almond milk and Oat milk, please follow the instructions on the pack and ideally consume them in 2-3 days once opened.
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- Groundnut chutney, more popularly known as Shengdana Chutney, is one of the most traditional & flavourful recipes of the Maharashtrian region. It dates back to before the invention of electricity when a mortar and pestle was used to ground peanuts and make this powder.
- A hand pounded blend of peanuts, garlic, cumin & red chilli powder, our peanut chutney is prepared in the same traditional way as has been done for ages in the Solapur region of Maharashtra.
- This simple & flavourful dry powder forms an essential part of a Maharashtrian thali but can be used to spice up any meal! It is especially hard to imagine Vada Pav, Poha & other street food without this condiment.
- Roasted peanuts are used to achieve a beautifully nutty & crunchy flavour with hints of garlic and spice. Perfect to serve with bhakris, dosas, idlis, sandwiches or even whip up a desi version of Peanut noodles!
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