Instant Pot Tamarind-Date Chutney / How to Make Sweet and Tangy Tamarind-Date Sauce

Instant Pot Tamarind-Date Chutney / How to Make Sweet and Tangy Tamarind-Date Sauce / Meethi Chutney Recipe
Hello Foodies, 
         Do you love Indian Chaat Dishes? Like Samosa, Panipuri, Kachori, Bhel, and Dahi vada and many more. I do love these yummies a lot. And this khatti, meethi, and tikhi (Khatti means Tangy, Meethi means Sweet, and Tikhi means Spicy) Tamarind-Date Chutney is the main condiment goes with all the chaat dishes. Chaats have always been my favorite food, and I serve them quite often. 


Our fridge always stocked with all three chutneys, tamarind-date chutney, mint/green chutney, and tomato/red chutney. The pantry always has sev, khara boondi, and papdi. If you are making any Indian street chaat food, then the tamarind-date chutney is a must-have condiment. 
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       If you're new to the delicious world of Indian cuisine, chaat is a great place to start. With its aromatic spices and tangy sauces, chaat describes an entire category of Indian street foods that offers the palate a symphony of exotic flavors and textures. For first-timers, there are a lot of new words, flavor combinations and ingredients to wrap your head around. 
        Chutneys are a staple in chaat and all Indian cuisine. This classic Indian condiment Tamarin-Date Chutney is sweet, tangy, and spicy. It’s made from tangy tamarind, sweet date, and jaggery, and flavored with some Indian spices. The great about this chutney is it tastes so strong, and they work so well in all kinds of chaat dishes! 


        To make this delicious sauce Tamarind, date, and jaggery cooked in the instant pot and blended with some simple Indian spices. It has an ultimate sweet, spicy, and tangy flavor. Its authentic taste will pop up any dish, whether its chats, snacks, or French fries. It's not only easy to make but also doesn't require a lot of ingredients and time to prepare. It is an absolutely basic version that can be made at short notice. You can have the consistency of the tamarind-date chutney as per your choice. Simply alter the amount of water and make the tamarind-date chutney thin or thick as per your requirements. So let’s get started!

Here are our best chaat recipes to serve  with tamarind-date chutney:
Preparation Time: 10 Minutes; Cooking Time: 15 Minutes. 
Each Serving of Tamarind-Date Chutney(1 Tbsp) Contains 36 Calories. 

Ingredients:
  • Tamarind(seeds removed) 1 Cup
  • Date pitted 1 Cup
  • Jaggery powdered 1 ¼ Cup
  • Water 2 Cups 
  • Cumin powder 1 Tsp
  • Coriander powder 1 Tsp 
  • Fennel seeds ½ Tsp 
  • Ginger powder ½ Tsp 
  • Red Chili powder 1 Tsp 
  • Black salt or Salt 1 Tsp 

Instructions:
  • Turn on the instant pot and add tamarind, date, jaggery, and water in the Instant Pot. 
  • Close the lid and place the vent on the sealing position. 
  • Pressure Cook on manual mode(Hi) for 9 minutes. 
  • NPR and open the lid and let the mixture cool completely before blending. 
  • Now, transfer the mixture into the grinder and add cumin-coriander powder, ginger powder, red chili powder, salt, and fennel seeds.
  • Blend the mixture into a fine paste.
  • Strain the tamarind date pulp using a strainer and press the paste with the spatula. 
  • Transfer the Tamarind-Date Chutney to the clean glass airtight container and store it in the refrigerator. 
  • Tangy, sweet(Khatti-Meethi) Instant Pot Tamarind-Date Chutney is ready to serve with panipuri, bhel, samosas, and Dabeli. Enjoy!!! 
The shelf life of Tamarind-Date Chutney: 
  • Once cool down completely, store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for more than a month.
  • It stays good in the freezer for more than 5-6 months. 

How Do I Freeze the Tamarind-Date Chutney? 
  • Take the ice cube tray and pour the chutney into the ice cube tray and keep in freezer till it gets frozen.
  • Once it’s frozen, then remove the cubes and put them in ziplock bags and keep in the freezer.
  • Whenever needed, defrost the cubes by removing the zip lock bag from the freezer.


My Take:
  • If you want chutney thinner, you can add some water and make it thin as per your requirement. Don’t add water to the whole batch; otherwise, it decreases the shelf life of chutney.
  • If you don’t have dates, then you can make chutney only with tamarind, jaggery, and spices.

If you are looking for more Chutney recipes, then do check:
Dietary Comment:
  • The calorie count based on a 2000 calorie diet.
  • Per serving contains 36 calories, along with 8.33 g carbohydrates, 0.76 g dietary fiber, 0.1 g fats, and 0.22 g protein.
  • Portion size can always be increased or decreased depending on your health goals and activity level.
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