Homemade Afghan chutney now available
A homemade coriander chutney is now available through mail order. The product is made following a traditional Afghan recipe which went through the generations.
What is this Afghan chutney made of?
This Afghan chutney is vegan friendly. It is naturally gluten free, dairy free and egg free, 100% homemade and does not contain any preservatives or artificial colouring.
It is purely made of wholesome ingredients:
- fresh coriander
- green chilli
- garlic cloves
- olive oil
- white vinegar
- lemon juice
How is this Afghan chutney made?
The recipe is a blend of the above ingredients. It is light in texture and adds a very refreshing taste to your dishes.
It comes in three strengths: mild, medium or hot.
How is it used?
This Afghan chutney is very versatile and can be used in a number of ways.
Try it on its own as a dressing with lamb, chicken or fish.
Mix it with Greek yogurt to make a light, refreshing dressing for your salads – it tastes divine!
You can also use it as a pasta sauce or add it to your rice or couscous.
This chutney is light in texture. Its consistency makes it suitable to be used as a dip. Try it with vegetable crudités or flat bread.
Who is behind this Afghan chutney?
The Azizi family moved to the UK over 25 years ago and, over the years, they always enjoyed typical Afghan food; recipes which came down through the generations.
The idea behind producing this chutney on a wider scale is the brain-child of Eraj Azizi. The product is completely handmade in the Azizi household in limited supply. There are other coriander chutneys on the market, but this homemade version is new; it is not mass produced and not available off the shelf.
How to order your Afghan chutney
This homemade Afghan chutney is only available through mail order.
Place your order by contacting Eraj on Erajazizi@hotmail.com or through our contact page.
A 200-gram jar costs €5.50 / £4.75 plus packaging and posting.
If it’s genuine Middle Eastern food you’re after, order now.
Delivery may take up to 10 working days.