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Garam Masala Meatballs with Mango and Barberry Chutney

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These meatballs are sweet, spicy, fruity and tangy.  We seasoned our meatballs with an all purpose blend, Indian Garam Masala. We used some over ripened mangoes and barberries to make a chutney. Making it the perfect sauce adding warmth and bite from nigella seeds and cayenne. Chutney has a lot of uses and is normally used to add sweet and sour tang to Indian dishes.  Next we strewed the meatballs in the chutney. After 45 minutes of simmering these meatballs melt in your mouth! Add a toothpick to them for an easy appetizer or serve over basmati rice.


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