It’s finally summer again, finally barbecue again. We’re wondering if there’s something more likely then getting all your friends together, grabbing a few beers or cold summerwine, heating up the grill and enjoying a nice barbecue or a summerparty alltogether. We don’t think so. Every year when the first warm sunbeams reach our small but nice balcony, we are super happy and can’t wait to fire up the grill to create the most beautifull meals you can imagine. Beside some classic steak in my favourite marinade and flatbread with homemade herb butter, there should be always a super delicious sauce. We have to honestly admit that we don’t really like classic barbecuesauce like garlic, cocktail, ketchup and so on. But we definetly like creative and homemade sauces and we are pretty sure that you might become the barbecue hero of the next party with an awesome homemade sauce. It’s no problem if you don’t know such an awesome sauce. We deliver the recipe for our homemade Mango Chutney. Fruity, spicy and super fresh because of the mintand lime. Give it a try!
For the hotness, this time we chose a Naga Morich for the Mango Chutney with a breeze of chili and mint. With it’s 1.000.000 Scoville this chili is one of the hottest in the world. We didn’t know that chili as well, but a nice colleague of Flo was so kind and brought a freshly harvested one with him. We were really amazed of the hotness but also of the unique taste, you can find in that chiliqueen. If you wan’t to try it, there are a lot of resellers online were you get all those seeds.
- 1 Mango
- 1/2 Onion
- Chili as much as you want
- 10 Leaves of Mint
- 1 Lime
- maybe some brown Sugar
- Prepare the mango and get rid of the core.
- Cut the chili and all those mintleaves into thin slices.
- Cut the onion into thin slices.
- grate the skin and squeeze out the juice.
- If the mango is not that sweet right now, give in a liitle brown sugar.
- caramelize the onion in some sugar.
- give in the other ingredients and cook it for 15 minutes.
- When everything became a smooth chutney, give it into clean bottling jars.
- Ginger would be great as an ingredient as well!