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Chutney is a thick sauce of Indian origin that contains fruits and vegetables, vinegar, sugar and spices and is used as a condiment .Chutney as a genre, is often similar to Indian pickle and the salsa of Latin American cuisine or European relish.

Chutney may be dry or wet; dry chutney is generally in the form of powder .In India, a chutney is often made to be eaten fresh, using whatever suitable strongly flavored ingredients are locally traditional or available at the time. It would not normally contain preserving agents, since it is intended to be consumed soon after preparation. The Hindi translation of "to make chutney" is a common idiom meaning "to crush". This is because the process of making chutney often involves the crushing together of the ingredients.

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