Aloo bukhara chutney | Dried plum chutney | Aloo bukhara ki chutney

Aloo bukhara chutney | Dried plum chutney | Aloo bukhara ki chutney

Aloo bukhara chutney aka dried plum chutney is a very delectable and popular condiment in the subcontinents of India and Pakistan. It is one of the frequently prepared sweet chutney recipes on special occasions like marriage ceremonies or reception parties etc. In this preparation, soaked dried plum pulp is cooked with jaggery, nuts and some spices.Aloo bukhara ki chutney is normally served between main course and dessert in Bengali ceremonies.This versatile condiment is also served as a dip with spicy food like kabab, pakodas etc.

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