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18 November, 2015

ANJOORA / ANJEER / FIGS CHUTNEY

Posted in : CHUTNEY on by : Divya Suresh Tags:

Figs are a nutrient – dense fruit that can be used to make jam or add them to ice cream or baked goods. Fresh figs aren’t always available year – round, but dried figs are relatively easy to find. Based on traditional use and not on scientific evidence figs provide many health benefits. Figs contain a type of antioxidant called phenols, which may lower your risk for heart disease and cancer by preventing cell damage by dangerous free radicals. Fiber lowers your risk for high cholesterol, heart disease and constipation.
The fiber in figs may also help you lose weight since it makes figs more filling, helping you eat fewer calories. According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dried figs have more fiber per serving than any other fruit.
We all at home like this chutney, which is sweet, tangy, spicy and can be served with Chapati, Dosay, Poori etc, we can spread it on toasted bread bread and also taste best when eaten with hot rice. It is a diabetic friendly chutney as well. Below the recipe explained in detail with step wise pics.

 

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 Ingredients :  

  • Figs (dried) – 8 nos.,
  • Ghee – 1/2 tsp + 1/2 tsp
  • Cumin powder – 1/2 tsp
  • Onion (chopped) – 1/4 cup
  • Green chilli – 2 – 4 nos.,
  • Tamarind – a small piece
  • salt to taste

 

PROCEDURE :

  • Soak figs for minimum one hour in 1/4 cup of water, after soaking it becomes ⇓ like this

 

  • Heat 1/2 tsp ghee in a pan and chopped onion and fry till soft and light brown

 

  • Add green chilli, tamarind … fry for a while, remove from the fire, cool and put it in a mixie jar
  • Also add soaked figs and salt

  • Grind everything to a fine paste

  • Heat remaining 1/2 tsp of ghee, add in cumin powder when it splutter remove from the fire and pour it on the ground chutney & serve