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Do Wilkin and Sons ever miss? We don’t think so! Every product’s a winner, and this mango chutney is no exception. Like every one of their products in our range, it’s meticulously prepared using only the finest ingredients, free from all artificial colours and flavours.  Every jar of this mango chutney is packed to bursting with top-quality mangoes, every one of which is carefully inspected by hand before being cooked in small batches using traditional, copper-bottomed pans.

What is mango chutney?

Mango chutney is a a savoury-sweet condiment that originates from the Indian subcontinent. At its core, it’s a relish or preserve made primarily from ripe mangoes. The mangoes are cooked down into a thick, jammy consistency and combined with an array of aromatic spices, vinegar, and often some sweetener like sugar or jaggery. The result is a complex and flavour-packed condiment that can liven up all sorts of dishes.

Perhaps you’re more familiar with chutneys from the Western culinary tradition, like the apple or cranberry chutneys that often accompany roast pork or turkey. Well, mango chutney is the Indian cousin to those types of chutneys, but with its own unique flavor profile. Whereas those Western chutneys tend to be on the sweeter side, mango chutney strikes a more harmonious balance between sweet, sour, and savoury. The mangoes provide the fruity backbone, while the garlic and ginger lend an aromatic and mildly spicy kick. The vinegar contributes a pleasant tang that helps to cut through the richness.

The result is a condiment that is truly greater than the sum of its parts. It’s complex, multilayered, and almost impossible to get bored of. Every bite reveals new flavor nuances – a burst of juicy mango, a hint of ginger, a zesty zing of acid. It’s the kind of flavour profile that keeps you coming back for more.

Mango chutney is incredibly easy to incorporate into your cooking. You can use it to liven up a simple grilled cheese sandwich, complement a curry-spiced chicken dish, or even just enjoy it straight from the jar with some crackers or naan bread. It’s the perfect way to add a burst of vibrant, exciting flavor to your meals.

Whether you’re a die-hard Indian food enthusiast or simply someone looking to expand your culinary horizons, mango chutney is bound to hit the spot.

What is mango chutney eaten with?

One classic pairing is with grilled or roasted meats. The sweet-and-sour notes of the chutney pair beautifully with the savoury flavors of chicken, pork, or even lamb. Try spooning some mango chutney over grilled chicken thighs or pork cutlets before serving. The chutney acts as a flavourful glaze that caramelises, but also tenderises the meat thanks to its acidity.

Mango chutney is also a fantastic accompaniment to curries, both vegetarian and meat-based. Its fruity acidity helps to balance out the richness of heavy, oily, creamy curries. A spoonful of chutney on the side can take the dish to new heights. It’s especially delicious with chickpea or lentil curries, where the sweet-sour contrast is just the ticket.

For a quick and easy starter, try serving mango chutney as a dip, with an assortment of crackers, naan, or pita bread. You can even use it as a topping for little crostini, ideally with a slice of goat’s cheese or prosciutto for a sweet-savory bite. Maybe even some dates or figs?

Speaking of cheese, another place where mango chutney shines is on the side of a cheese platter. The fruity flavours pair beautifully with all sorts of cheeses, from sharp cheddars to creamy bries. And let’s not forget about sandwiches! Mango chutney makes a fantastic condiment for grilled cheese, egg salad, or even a classic BLT.

These are just a few examples, but the truth is, mango chutney is incredibly versatile. It can be used to enliven all kinds of savoury dishes, from roasted vegetables to burgers to grain bowls. Its balance of sweet, sour, and spice makes it a flavour powerhouse that pairs well with a wide range of ingredients. Once you have a jar in your fridge, you’ll find yourself reaching for it again and again!

Additional information
Weight 280 g
Ingredients & Nutrients


Mangos (45%), Zucker, Essig, Salz, Chillis, Knoblauch, Ingwer.


Nutrients per 100 g

Calorific value kj 976 kJ
Calorific value kcal 228 kcal
Fat 0 g
of which saturated fatty acids 0 g
Carbohydrates 56 g
of which Sugar 50 g
Protein 0 g
Salt 1.6 g