It is remarkable how Kashmir continues to have such a grip on the British imagination - even though hardly any Brits have visited the valley for the past twenty years or more.
Popping in at a North Yorkshire tea shop over Christmas, I came across a line of locally made chutneys and preserves - incuding this 'spiced but mild' Kashmir Chutney.
There is no obvious link to Kashmir beyond the hint of the exotic, oriental, enticing ... but how that word 'Kashmir' stills bears a sense of wonder!
Indian cuisine is world famous. The Kashmiri chilli, saffron etc are famous from J & K. For the foreigners and locals, the Kashmiri chutney remains an epic taste. The chutney is made from exotic ingredients from India. The product is very cheap and tasty.
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