Varanasi Tamarind Chutney
Varanasi, the spiritual capital of India, straddles the vast Ganges river, and every 12 years holds the largest gathering of people on earth during the Kumbh Mela festival. It's no wonder that the city has perfected the ultimate Indian street food dip: a tangy, sweet & sour tamarind Chutney that is synonymous with 'chaat', India's famous street food snack. The chutney is great alongside rice or naan bread, but you should also try some in a meaty sandwich or with some chips.
Nutritional Information: Typical value per 100g: Energy 895Kj 214Kcal, fat 0.2g, of which saturates 0.2g, Carbohydrates 51.8g, of which sugars 48.6g, protein 1g, salt 4.4g
Ingredients: Water, sugar, tamarind (17%), salt, spices and preservative (sodium benzoate)