This is a fantastic recipe book and chip. So far I have made a few things and everything is very tasty and simple. Considering I am not Indian. The flavours are very authentic and the spices are made up of single spices put together. It is on page 154. I did cook mine longer so the colour is darker than the picture in the book. It tastes really great. This is a different chutney than my other mango chutney. They both taste great!
Mango Ginger and Chilli Chutney from Thermomix Flavours of India Cookbook
Place garlic, chilli's, turmeric, coriander, ginger, and blend speed 8 /8 sec.
Add oil, cinnamon and scrape down sides, 1 minute/Varoma/speed 2
Add mango, sugar, vinegar, salt and raiseins and cook 45 minutes/100C/speed 2 Placing simmering basket on top of mixing bowl instead of measuring cup.
4 Insert M/C and blend gradually 10 seconds /speed 4.
Transfer into sterilised jars and seal quickly.
Keeps in fridge for up to 6 months once opened. I served them with a dish called Aloo Tikki. I will post that recipe soon. Also from the Flavours of India Cookbook.