It’s safe to say I have had more than my fair share of sweets this holiday season. From hot chocolate mixes to candy cane meringues and all the pies and cookies in between, I am attempting to put my sweet tooth on the back burner for the next month or so. However, I still hope to spend the cold snowy winter months in the kitchen concocting some sort of food gift. Luckily Jane from emerald+ella is sharing a great recipe for her savory Slow Roasted Tomato Kasundi.
With just a few simple steps and lots of wonderful flavors, this spicy Indian tomato chutney is a unique hostess gift that will hold its own at your next dinner party. This is also one of those great “make now, enjoy later” gifts, so fill up a whole bunch of jars as it will stay good unopened for up to six months. Just remember to keep a few for yourself.
Photos courtesy of emerald+ella.
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