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Chilli Chutney - Anila's - 240g

Chilli Chutney - Anila's - 240g

Chilli Chutney - Anila's - 240g

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Price: 6.75

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Heat Rating: 3 chillies

Anila's award winning pickles and chutneys are handmade, using traditional methods, from single fruits and vegetables without any preservatives or additives or added water. They are free from dairy, gluten, onion and garlic.

With 14 varieties to choose from, there is something for everyone from mild and fruity to the hot and spicy. You need only to taste them to appreciate the difference.

Anila says: "I believe I can bring delicious tastes and flavours to people looking for authentic Indian cooking."

As well as complimenting curry dishes and poppadoms, they are great with meats, cheese and sandwiches!

Anila's Chilli Chutney - think rich tomato puree crossed with chilli jam for a delicious hot and sweet treat - perfect with cheese and crackers, wraps and sandwiches. Try adding it to stir-fries and casseroles, or spread on fajitas. Delicious on toast on its own, or with grilled tomatoes! It won a Great Taste Gold Award in 2005.

Ingredients: Tomatoes, Sugar, Scotch Bonnet Chillies 1.5%, Vinegar, Salt.

If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.
contains Mustard Seeds and is made in a factory handling cashews, almonds, sesame seeds, mustard and celery.

• Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
• No Additives or Preservatives
Gluten Free
• Dairy Free
• Onion Free and Garlic Free

Once open, keep refrigerated and use within one month.

Handmade with harmon and love in the UK
•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Spices of India
    27 Haviland Road
    Ferndown Industrial Estate
    Dorset, UK
    BH21 7SA

"Dear Spices of India, What an excellent service. Ordered yesterday and it arrived this morning, complete and well packed. Can't ask for better than that can you? Spices of India site is highly recommended by our British Restaurant Curry forum ... Many thanks."

- Glenn Jones