Cucumber Chutney Recipe

A chutney made with cucumbers and the added kick of hot scotch bonnet peppers, making a great topping.

Cucumber Chutney Recipe

This ever popular chutney is a weird thing. I mean, to me, cucumber really doesn't have that much of a distinct taste, but yet this chutney made from cucumber is packed with flavor. It is commonly found topping our doubles or eaten with aloo and channa with rice.

Chutney can be made with a fruit or a vegetable. This condiment ventured down to the Caribbean from India. It's kind of like the idea of a coleslaw, that adds a hint more flavor to a meal.

Cucumber Chutney

This one is easy to make and does not require any cooking time like some other chutneys. A little grate here, some chops here and it's complete

Cucumber Chutney

Using hot pepper gives it a kick, but if you are like me and don't want too much of a kick, make sure to NOT use the seeds and membrane of the pepper. That is where most of the heat it.

Cucumber Chutney

And why did I get seedless cucumbers from Target and have to pick seeds out?

Have you tried chutney before? What's your fav food to top it with?


Cucumber Chutney

A spicy chutney made using cucumber and some heat from scotch bonnet peppers. Especially great for topping doubles.

ingredients:


  • 1 large cucumber (seedless preferably)
  • 1/2 a large lemon
  • 2 leaves shado beni
  • 1 scotch bonnet pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1 clove garlic

instructions


  1. Wash cucumber and grate using large hole side of the grater.
  2. Put to strain
  3. Blend together salt, black pepper, lemon juice, pepper, garlic, and shado beni.
  4. Give the cucumber a little squeeze to get out any excess liquid and transfer to a bowl
  5. Add items from blender and mix
  6. Leave covered for a few hours so that flavors can blend.
Created using The Recipes Generator



Want to see some other chutney flavors?






Thanks so much for stopping by and reading my posts. It is much appreciated. Please, if you can like, share, yum and/or pin this, especially if you enjoyed it. Subscribe to my blog for personalized updates delivered straight to your inbox. You can also follow me on Twitter and for some extra food porn on Instagram. If you hang out on Pinterest and Facebook too, please check me out there and say hi.
© Home Made Zagat. Design by MangoBlogs.