Definition of chutney
: a thick sauce of Indian origin that contains fruits, vinegar, sugar, and spices and is used as a condiment
Recent Examples of chutney from the Web
Chicken wings marinated in a combination of cheap canned domestic beer, mango chutney, and Tabasco sauce.
The Bavarian includes bratwurst, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut, and the Bombay Bacon is stuffed with bacon, cream cheese, mango chutney and dates.
The meal is then topped off with a choice of curries and chutneys.
The same menu is available in the bar, along with extra items geared toward a lounge, such as chicken wings and venison meatballs with blackberry chutney.
Wild mangos are used mainly as vegetables, consumed in salads, pickles and chutneys.
La Chambre aux Confitures is the ultimate temple for sweet spreadables, with jams and chutneys made exclusively from French produce.
Place warm salmon, tossed salad and chutney on a large plate and serve.
This time, simple pork burgers join a sweet and tangy chutney of mango, raisins, onion, and vinegar.
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Origin and Etymology of chutney
Hindi caṭnī & Urdu chaṭnī
First Known Use: 1813See Words from the same year
CHUTNEY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chutney for English Language Learners
: a thick sauce that is made from fruits, vinegar, sugar, and spices
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