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Spiced Carrot and Coconut Chutney – Gordon Ramsay

Janice Jameson

March 8, 2015




An easy aromatic chutney perfect with cold meats or cheese – or even try it with a curry. This chutney doesn't need to sit so you can make it on the same day, but it will only improve with some time in the fridge.

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Niko Mikkanen
- 5 Years ago

If you hate the taste of coconut, what’s a good replacement?

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Frank Garrett
- 5 Years ago

wtf why have i never thought to grate onions?

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Jamie Saunders
- 5 Years ago

He must be fucking high, didn’t even swear once!

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BamzookiMan130
- 5 Years ago

I can’t make fun of this – it looks absolutely gorgeous.

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Mr RoyalGard
- 5 Years ago

Looks amazing 🙂 I will try this ! 😀 thank u for your superb videos !

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Sonia Wadekar
- 5 Years ago

Love the use of Indian spices. Definitely will be making this at home

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Juhn Luk
- 5 Years ago

Wow, mouth watering!

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areeba .areeba
- 5 Years ago

wish you were my boyfriend

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Anders Kristensen
- 5 Years ago

1:24 Gordon starting to tear up a little from the onions :D

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Ron Taylor
- 5 Years ago

He uses the word “nice” way too much.

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Christoffer Boman
- 5 Years ago

Awesome, but could you please zoom in just a little bit more?!

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Nathan ator
- 5 Years ago

i never knew what chutney was, still don’t

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Lee Peffers
- 5 Years ago

The whole time i was watching him make this I kept saying “ya but what the
hell do you put that on?” I’d try ham with this stuff on it, but I this
doesn’t sound good to me lol.

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Charies W
- 5 Years ago

I love watching Chef Ramsay cook. So much of his passion shows and ignites
a almost sensual feeling for cooking and food. I love chutney and I think I
might make this some day. It would make a nice Christmas gift for my Mum.

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abc
- 5 Years ago

Gordon- this is NOT CHUTNEY, this is more of a carrot sabji – You can grind
all things together to call it as a chutney!

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Liisa Toivonen
- 5 Years ago

I shudder to think how ridiculously obese I would be if I could cook like
that.

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Kavitha Rajasekaran
- 5 Years ago

Awesome dish! Tried today! We grated it n mixer so that the flavor blends
and mixes well! 😀 tastes awesome!! 

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sk8erpunk299
- 5 Years ago

how to make Spiced Carrot and Coconut Chutney:
1. pan
2. heat
3. done
:)

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Sujith Rao
- 5 Years ago

Why sugar but?!

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giorgi chixradze
- 5 Years ago

i like how he calls ” A touch of olive oil” when he uses whole bottle lol

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dismalsage
- 5 Years ago

gordon loves olive oil

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Josephoilgas Tan
- 5 Years ago

do u ever eat pig meat? how much ham does it take for you to have a
tapeworm inside ur belleh!? XD

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Ali
- 5 Years ago

so hungry…but so late at night…the struggle

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Gordon Ramsay
- 5 Years ago

An easy home-made chutney perfect with cheese or cold meats – or even with
a curry. This chutney doesn’t need to sit so you can make it on the same
day, but it will improve if allowed to mature in the fridge.

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greenlizardballs
- 5 Years ago

ramsay you are a fucking master

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