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Mother’s Recipe launches its authentic Spicy Tomato Chutney in Bengaluru
Friday, 23 September, 2022, 15 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Bengaluru
A quintessential element of every South Indian meal, chutneys represent the age-old culture that always makes our mouth water. Chutney has always been a favourite part of every meal; it adds flavour & excitement to all our food. To cater to the south Indian taste palate Mother’s Recipe one of India’s leading food brands has launched its authentic and traditionally prepared Spicy Tomato Chutney in Bengaluru.

In South India, tomato chutney is one of the primary accompaniments that is served with a range of food be it Dosa, Idli, Vada, or Uttapam. You can also pair it with comfort meals like lemon rice or curd rice. The product is prepared using tomatoes as the primary ingredient, along with oil, salt, sugar, chilli, coconut milk powder, tamarind, black gram split (udad dal), bengalgram split (chana dal ), curry leaves, mustard seed, fenugreek, asafoetida, and  turmeric.

It adds peppy flavours that go perfectly well with all traditional South Indian meals. Attractively packed in an easy-to-pour spout pack and hygienically made, the chutney bursting with flavours, will surely enhance the taste of everyday meals and it is always with you when you feel like having some. Once opened it can be stored in the fridge and ready to consume whenever you want.

Commenting on the launch, Sanjana Desai, executive director, Mother’s Recipe, said, “We at Mother’s Recipe are committed to creating and delivering products, which satisfy different taste palates and are appropriate for the Indian consumer. The recent launch of Spicy Tomato Chutney is a product we are very proud of and is always there in our pantry. Chutney is one category where we have witnessed consistent growth over the past few years and is a welcome extension to already popular chutneys like tamarind date chutney, bhelpuri chutney, panipuri chutney & dhania pudina chutney. This development is a result of demand from growing millennial consumers along with a rise in the working women's population. Parallelly the demands of the FMCG sector are evolving and consumers are seeking convenience, hygiene, authenticity, and better-packaged products.”
 
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