Quick Tips & Usages

Our tips & usages include culinary secrets that have been handed down over the generations.

This is where we let you in on how to get the very best out of Indian cooking with some real time saving tips.  We’ll also offer up some ideas on some superbly creative ways to use our products so you can personalise them and add your very own flair.

We want you to enjoy every mouthful of the food you make, and our time saving tips will help you do just this.


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veggie burger

Spread some mashed avocado on to your favourite bun or brioche (we like sourdough). Add a thick slice of tomato and red onion. Add a nice dollop of Geeta’s Premium Mango or Onion Chutney. Stack a large grilled or pan fried Portobello mushroom on top. Absolutely yummy!


A chutneylicious alternative to tantalise your tastebuds. Try some Geeta’s Mango & Chilli or Onion Chutney with your steak – or steak sandwich!

baked camembert

Warm a large wedge or wheel of Camembert or brie in the oven & add a nice dollop of Geeta’s Premium Mango Chutney on top. Serve with crackers, bread sticks or bits of crunchy bread. Makes a great and tasty starter.

roasted veg

Whisk one tablespoon of Geeta’s Lime & Chilli Chutney with one tablespoon of olive oil. Mix this with your favourite veggies (Carrots, Peppers, Red Onions, Tomatoes, Courgettes, Sweet Potatoes – any veggies of your choice) & bake.

potato salad

For a zingy potato salad dressing: Add one chopped red onion Add half a cup of frozen peas Add 2-3 tablespoons of chopped coriander and 2 tablespoons of Geeta’s Tamarind Chutney to Greek yogurt Mix with 400-450g boiled new potatoes. Serve with a good helping of Geeta’s Premium Mango Chutney on top. An excellent side […]


Mix generous tbsp chopped cucumber into large tub of cottage cheese. Add salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste. Add one teaspoon of Geeta’s Lime & Chilli Chutney and mix. Sprinkle the chopped coriander or chopped parsley. Delicious as a cool side salad with your BBQ meats, fish or poultry. And great as a […]


Empty one tin chick peas (drain water)  into a large bowl Mix heaped tablespoon of chopped cucumber, chopped tomatoes and chopped onions together. Add one teaspoon of Geeta’s Lime & Chilli Chutney and 2 tablespoons chopped coriander mix well. Add the salt and black pepper to taste. Add your favourite vinaigrette dressing  and mix together when ready […]

Chick salad chutney wrap

Mix together 100g chopped leftover chicken, 1 tablespoon mayonnaise, ¼ teaspoon mustard, 1 tablespoon Geeta’s Premium Mango Chutney, the juice of half lemon and salt & black pepper to taste. Mix well and spread this mixture all over a  tortilla.  Add chopped lettuce. Roll the tortilla and cut in half to serve.


Grate  2 – 3 tablespoons cheddar cheese, add apprx one teaspoon of mayonnaise and mustard to taste and mix together. Add a nice healthy tablespoon of Geeta’s Mango & Chilli Chutney and spread all over the tortilla. Add some rocket leaves or chopped lettuce on top. Sprinkle with chopped coriander or chopped parsley. Roll the tortilla […]

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You’ll never look at chips in the same way again. Dilute a few table spoons of Geeta’s tamarind chutney till you have a thick gravy like consistency. Heat a teaspoon of oil in a frying pan and add in a table spoon of cumin seeds. Allow to cook for a few seconds and then gently saute (pre cooked) chips in athe oil. Pour the tamarind chutney on top. Stir so that all the chips get coated in the chutney and cumin seeds and serve immediately.


Many people love the taste that onions give to their curries but cutting onions is an uncomfortable experience. Here’s a quick tip that will ensure your onions don’t make you cry whilst cutting them.


If you’d like to keep your green chillies fresh for longer (the key to really great and authentic tasting curries), here’s a little tip that Indian mums use that will help you. Remove the stems of green chillies while storing them.


Garlic is a vital ingredient central to many Indian dishes, but getting the skin off them can sometimes be a highly frustrating and laborious task.


If you’re tired of the bog standard jacket potato fillings, here’s a great idea. Fill your jacket potato with coleslaw and generously spoon over your favourite Geeta’s chutney.