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Grapefruit Chutney

3:38 AMM Khan

I would always just cut a grapefruit into halves, sprinkle sugar and that would be it. Then I met my husband, and he took his grapefruit game to a whole new level. Something as delicate as separating individual pulps, and adding finely chopped cilantro, its not something you expect from him. He's more of the sloppy joes and pizza everyday, kinda guy.

Chutney sounds fancy and so ethnic, but it really is just a red grapefruit with some added spices. I guess you can call it a salad?! I like to add some flare to my breakfast, but you can easily have it for lunch.

Grapefruit Chutney
Refreshing citrus salad that will have you craving for more!

Prep Time: 15 minutes      Cook Time: 2-3 minutes
·         1-2 Grapefruit, peeled and separated
·         2-3 Garlic Clove, thinly sliced
·         1 teaspoon Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
·         1 tablespoon of Olive Oil
·         Coarse Salt  & Pepper
·         Cilantro, finely chopped

1: Heat olive oil over low heat. Sautee garlic, crushed pepper flakes for 2-3 minutes. Set mixture aside
2: In a large bowl, gently de-membrane grapefruit and remove segments. Add spice mixture, salt and pepper.
3: Garnish with cilantro

Did You Know?
  • Daily intake of grapefruit decreases the ratio of bad cholesterol (HDL) to good cholesterol (LDL). *If you are on medications, please ask your primary care physician before adding grapefruit to your diet.

1: Gorinstein, S., et al. Red grapefruit positively influences serum triglyceride level in patients suffering from coronary atherosclerosis: studies in vitro and in humans. J Agric Food Chem 3-8-2006;54(5):

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