Tangy Shredded Chicken
The Indian gooseberry is called Amla and is thought to be a sacred fruit for Hindus. They believe that it is a fruit that hold lots of vitamins and minerals and has lots of healing powers (an Indian super fruit if you like).
Bigger than English gooseberry and is much more tart and bitter in flavour. It tends to be eaten either steeped in salt water or dried. It is also great as a spicy pickle or chutney. This is more of a jam cooked with spices. This quantity will make you one jar full and it's great with cold meats as well as with a spicy curry or with poppadoms.
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||1|
|of which sugars (g)||8|