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The natural sharpness of the fruit makes vinegar unnecessary in this spicy, sweet-sour chutney. In West Bengal it’s eaten as a palate-refresher between the main course and the dessert, it is also gorgeous as part of a less exotic meal – with a pork pie, ham or cold chicken.
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This recipe was first published in February 2009.