How to Store Chutney Made at Home

Before storing chutneys, here are a few tips and tricks to try.
Toss the jars in boiling water:
Fill a big container partly with water and bring it to a boil. 

 It will take about 5-6 minutes. When the water has reached a boil, carefully remove your clean glass jars from the boiling water 

and place them in the vessel filled with warm water. Allow the jars to sit in the vessel for 3-5 minutes.

Mustard oil possesses antibacterial, antifungal, and antimicrobial effects. This eliminates the possibility of mould or bacterial growth in the condiments.

Our Indian street dishes and snacks go so well with sweet chutney, which has a nice balance of sweetness and tanginess.

Add sugar syrup or jaggery syrup to your favourite sweet chutney when making it. These syrups will help preserve the freshness of your chutneys.

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