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[5 Dec 2012 | By | 0 Comment(s) ]
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It’s fat free, flavourful and like all my favourite recipes more of a concept than a fixed, structured recipe. There aren’t any specific quantities to the ingredients. Just bung them all in and then adjust depending on how sweet or mustard-y you like it


Any fresh seasonal fruit with pulp – my favorites are watermelons, kiwis or oranges (if you don’t want the trouble of pulping out the fresh fruits then any flavored jam or marmalade will do)
Kasundi Mustard
Salt to taste
Black Pepper to taste


How to:

1. If you’re using fresh fruits and not cheating by using jam then using a pestle beat the fruit into a pulp.

Note: If there’s too much juice just cook the fruit for a little while till the water evaporates and the pulp is reduced.

2. Check for sugar. If you feel it’s not sweet enough add some brown sugar.

3. Add a generous quantity of Kasundi Mustard and stir well.

4. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Serve with chips or mutton kebabs or freshly cut cucumber, carrots and tomatoes.

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