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    Best way to eat Mango chutney?

    Having a brain fart, I can't think of the best way to eat mango chutney. As a kid my uncle ate cheddar cheese sandwiches with mango Chutney, any better suggestions as it looks at me every time I open the fridge!

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    ...not sure about mango chutney, but on occasion I have lime chutney to accompany omelets...

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    Mango Chutney in a bowl add an appropriate amount of tinned mackerel.
    In my honest opinion it's a splendid. tasty. cheep snack or meal.
    I usually make it around 40% chutney to 60 % fish.

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    With leg ham on a samidge.

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    With Pompadoms as a starter before devouring a prawn Vindaloo.

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    Makro has some smoked chicken breasts that I like to slice and eat with aged cheese, crackers/or toast and a good chutney or relish.

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    This is oddly puzzling... I know I've had mango chutney before and liked it but I'll be buggered if I can remember how.

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    With Indian food or with curry chicken

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    Mango chutney is sweet, and imo best served with a spicy curry, such as vindaloo. I'm a sucker for lime pickle though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat bastard View Post
    As a kid my uncle ate cheddar cheese sandwiches with mango Chutney,
    Hopefully thick sliced cheese....

    bloody excellent, have you tried that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    With leg ham on a samidge.
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    Mango chutney is sweet, and imo best served with a spicy curry, such as vindaloo. I'm a sucker for lime pickle though.

    Yes, to both options also.

    Or even Ham and Cheese.

    Simples.

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    As mention by a few above me. I only eat it with popadoms or a dip for my samosas/chicken tikka/whatever Indian nibbles are on the table.

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    Best eaten from between the unshapely arse cheeks of a fat wench.

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    Try it on some toast or crackers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Try it on some toast or crackers.
    Nah, the toast goes soggy if she's really fat.

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    Best eaten from between the unshapely arse cheeks of a fat wench.
    Mango chutney is not cocaine.

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    As well as the above re poppadoms and Indian food, I like mango chutney with pheasant...it used to be a Boxing day treat when I was in my 30's.

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    Now that I think about it mango chutney would go well with foie gras

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    I can suggest nothing finer than a nice vintage port with that.

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    Would heartily agree.

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    Would the vintage port be aged in a pair of stockings ripped away from a fat girls thighs, then sifted through a mango laden gusset?

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    I have various pickles and chutneys, and there's really no science to eating it; dollop lavishly on anything, spread generously on plain bread when the taste buds can't wait for a snack, and in emergencies open jar, get spoon and feed.

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