Monkey Nut Chutney


A seriously good condiment that combines coriander, mint, tamarind and chilli to add spice to any dish. Add to soy sauce and use as a dipping sauce for wontons. Perfect for marinating firm-fleshed fish and chicken. Stir a spoonful through pasta or rice to serve with curries or stir-fries. Bon appétit


Serving suggestions

  • Add a little Greek style natural yoghurt and serve as a snack with pappadums.
  • Use a couple of tablespoons through your next stir fry.
  • Serve as an accompaniment to any chargrilled meat.
  • Add a tablespoon to some cooked rice and stuff and bake a tomato or red pepper.
  • Serve as a condiment with chicken curry.
  • Spread it over cold meat sandwiches.
  • Add some to fresh breadcrumbs and use as a crust for lamb cutlets or rack of lamb.
  • Stir through a simple dish of chicken, broccoli and pasta.
  • Place a tablespoon on top of a piece of fleshy white fish, wrap in baking paper and bake or BBQ. Serve with Asian greens and rice.


Peanut oil, peanuts, coriander, mint, garlic, vinegar, chilli, lemon juice, tamarind, salt.


Peanuts and soybeans (and their products).

Monkey Nut Chutney recipes