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Jaggery chutney keeps the body warm in winter, learn how to make it


Jaggery Chutney Recipe: Jaggery is considered a boon for health. Due to the hotness of jaggery, it is advised to consume it in winters. This is because by consuming it in winter, the body gets enough calories and the body remains warm. Apart from this, the vitamin C present in jaggery also helps to overcome respiratory problems and throat problems. This chutney made of jaggery not only takes care of the health but also the taste. Sweet and sour chutney made from jaggery enhances the taste of food. Let us know the method of making jaggery chutney.

Ingredients for making Jaggery Chutney

5 tsp mustard oil, one bowl olive crushed, 50 g jaggery, 2 tsp panch phoran, 2 tsp roasted cumin, 1 tsp red chilli powder, 2 tsp honey.

Method to make Jaggery Chutney-

To make jaggery chutney, first take a pan and heat mustard oil in it. After this, now heat the jaggery on medium flame and mix it. After adding olives, add salt, panch phoran, red chili powder, roasted cumin and cook for some time. After that add honey to it. Now let it cook on the gas for some time. After a while your sour-sweet chutney will be ready. You can easily make it at home with the help of this recipe. You can also eat this chutney with parathas. At the same time, let us tell you that this chutney will not harm you due to being made of jaggery. If you want, you can consume it daily with food.

Disclaimer: ABP News does not confirm the methods, methods and claims mentioned in this article. Take these only as suggestions. Before following any such treatment/medication/diet, please consult a doctor.

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