This sweet chutney can be had for making chaat items like pani puri, bhel puri, sev puri, aloo tikki and even samosa or pakoras.
this variation of the tamarind chutney is called as saunth chutney in north india.this saunth chutney is also used while serving samosa, pakoras and with popular chaat snacks.* if using dry red chili, add it with the tamarind and dates right at the beginning - step 1.2.please note you can have the consistency of the sweet chutney as per your choice.simply alter the amount of water and make the chutney thin or thick as per your requirements.Add the sweet tangy tamarind dates chutney to the chaat or indian snacks that you make at home.
In the pics the chutney is served as well as added to ragda patties – a popular mumbai street food.you can also serve it with chaat snacks like bread pakora, paneer bread rolls, veg cutlet, bread rolls etc. Alternately, try my chunky version of spicy date chutney as a spread for sandwiches and wraps like meat sliders, yogurt quesadilla and Kathi roll, as a topping on Daal Tadka or accompaniment to Tex-Mex Chili. In addition to the delightful taste of dates, in its traditional avatar (form,) this chutney draws its tanginess from tamarind, and sweetness from jaggery, hence giving it a unique blend of three distinct flavors. To give a brief background – date chutneys are commonly served in the Indian cuisine as a dipping sauce with savory snacks and many street-food Chaats. Like any good chutney, today’s Spicy Date Chutney, which is part of my month long spotlight on chutneys and pickles, meets all the above criteria; bringing a mix of tastes to your palate.