Beetroot Ginger Chutney | Black Mamba
This hand-crafted, fragrant chutney will have you craving it for days! Black Mamba Beetroot Ginger Chutney (440g) combines the earthy tones of beetroot with a fresh hint of ginger and the zing of chillies and spices for a truly unforgettable taste experience!
- A medium-heat spicy chutney with 40% Apples, and 20% Beetroot - combined with sensational spices, all from Eswatini
- Outstanding when paired with cold meats, veggie salads or cheeses (particularly addictive when served with sambals for curries, and relish on burgers or veggie burgers)
- Made from organically grown ingredients, no artificial preservatives, colourants or flavourings, gluten-free, certified Halaal, and suitable for vegans and strict vegetarians
- Farmed with fair trade
Did you know? Chutney originated in India! The technique was used to preserve food and goes back to 500BC, the custom was adopted by the Romans and then spread worldwide.
Apples (40%), beetroots (20%), vinegar, onions, sugar, ginger, spices, chillies
How to use
Add as desired to pretty much anything that needs a fruity, earthy kick of deliciousness! (Bound to be a real taking point at the table).
Tip: Try mixing this chutney with Greek yoghurt, for a phenomenal chip or cracker dip (also a great addition in cucumber raita for curries).
Note: Made in a factory that uses Macadamia nut. Store in a dry cool place. Refrigerate after opening and use within 4 months. Shake well before use. This product does not contain preservatives, so it might oxidise and change colour with use. This will NOT affect the flavour or the quality of the product.
Why we love Black Mamba
We love hot and spicy, and if you're looking for an authentic 'bite' of chilli, Black Mamba is serious culinary fire! Their products use only the highest quality Eswatini chillies, for a mouth-watering and sweat-inducing taste. We love their mild pestos, chutneys and jams too - a really fantastic range that not only tastes delicious, but also supports local farmers via a partnership with Guba - who trains small local growers (mainly women) in organic farming.
This product has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.