Know Your Products
Farm fresh Garlic is washed, and cloves are crushed slightly.
Kokum is soaked in vinegar for a while and then sieved, after which the spices are added and mixed.
Oil is heated, and the crushed garlic is added and cooked until they become soft. The garlic is then tempered with the masala paste.
Lowers blood pressure
Garlic is high in minerals such as manganese and selenium, vitamins C and B6, and antioxidants like allicin which help regulate blood pressure.
Detoxifies the body
Garlic's high sulphur content provides it antibacterial properties making it a strong detoxifier.
Garlic has been shown to decrease cholesterol and thin the blood, which aids in the prevention of stroke, hypertension, and heart disease.
Garlic is also said to aid in the regulation of blood glucose levels. The consumption of garlic on a regular and long-term basis lowers blood homocysteine levels
Helps treat cold
Garlic contains a chemical component Allicin and antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal characteristics that help in the treatment of the common cold.
Our Garlic Chutney is special in ways more than one. It contains an ingredient unique to our Farmer Didis’ recipe - Kokum. Kokum adds the Maharashtrian touch to our Garlic Chutney while also providing a sour and tangy taste.
You can add Garlic Chutney to all kinds of snacks and meals, from chaats such as bhel puri to breakfast such as dosas and idlis.
Consuming Garlic chutney can help lower cholesterol and control blood pressure. Garlic also has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-microbial properties that strengthen our immune system
Garlic, Vinegar, Kokum, Red Chilli Powder, Oil, Salt, Jaggery, Cumin, Coriander
Quantity bohot kam h according to price taste bhi jayada khas nahi hai waste of money
Very unique and tasty chutney. Little bit spicy. I liked it so much. One of unique type of chutney with beautiful aroma.
Can’t eat food without this chutney now its that good.
Know your Didi:
Frequently asked questions
Where should I store the chutney?
What is its shelf life?
How does it taste?
What do I eat it with?