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 Have You Experienced Eaton’s Mango Chutney? 
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Have You Experienced Eaton’s Mango Chutney?
by: Valerie Webster





Mango chutney is the most popular type of chutney because of its unique texture and exotically sweet flavor of the mango. Mangos are indigenous to India, but mango chutney is used as a delicious condiment all over the world. Mango chutney is a popular condiment for pork, poultry, curry, and fish, but it adds a dazzling flavor to any meal.

Chutneys are served with almost every meal in India and, although they are not as widespread in the rest of the world, many people are beginning to understand why chutneys are a staple of the Indian diet. The diverse flavors and textures of chutneys are commonly used as relishes with curries, as well as sauces on meat dishes. Chutneys like mango chutney can be either cooked or fresh, and are made from many different kinds of ingredients, including mangos, pears, apples, tomato, tamarind, cilantro, onions, hot chilies, vinegar, lemon, sugar, coconut, raisins, garlic, mint, ginger, turmeric, citrus peel, honey, and cinnamon.

Although mangos are notoriously sweet, mango chutney ranges from sweet to sour to spicy. Cooked mango chutney is common in the Caribbean, and its popularity continues to grow in the United States as people seek out the many delectable Caribbean curries.

But mango chutney has competition from papaya chutney as a widely enjoyed condiment. Papayas have a taste that is similar to mangos when they are ripe. They are juicy, soft, and mildly sweet when cooked. Both mango chutney and papaya chutney add an unmistakable flair to any hors d'oeuvres.

Eaton’s is an increasingly popular brand of chutney. Eaton’s mango chutney and papaya chutney have distinctive flavors and are made from a wide variety of ingredients. They include:

Eaton's Mango Chutney: This spicy and all-natural chutney’s ingredients include mangoes, sugar, Jamaican ginger, onions, hot peppers, garlic, and spices. Mango chutney is typically used as a condiment for curry, meat, and poultry dishes, and can even be used on toast or crackers for a unique party treat.

Eaton’s Papaya Chutney: This all-natural chutney is spicy-sweet, and is also an ideal addition to any meat or appetizer. Its ingredients include papayas, cane sugar, cane vinegar, onions, raisins, Jamaican ginger, spices, pectin, hot peppers, and salt.

If you haven’t tried mango chutney or papaya chutney yet, you don’t know what you’re missing! Even if you’ve already experienced the many amazing flavors and uses of chutney, you’ll want to browse the selection of Eaton’s mango chutney and papaya chutney by visiting www.AnjosImports.com.

About The Author
Valerie and Lloyd Webster are the owners of Anjo’s Imports, a distributor of premium, exotic, uniquely flavored gourmet sauces, seasonings, spices, and marinades to fine restaurants and wholesalers. Anjo’s Imports has been importing gourmet sauces from the Caribbean since 1984. Browse Anjo’s Imports’ superior selection of Jamaican jerk seasoning, jerk sauce, jerk marinade, Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, and other fine products from the Caribbean region by visiting www.AnjosImports.com.
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http://www.anjosimports.com



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