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    The Regimental Chutneys and Relishes are made to traditional and old family recipes
    in small batches to ensure their quality. These are our original products and are gaining
    a real following with consumers for the quality of the ingredients, the taste and the 'stories'
    associated with each product.

    Mang Chutney

    West Bengal Rifles Mango Chutney

    Inter-regimental shooting competitions were taken very seriously and the honour of having the ‘Army’s Best Shot’ in your regiment was very keenly sought. The host regiments also prided themselves on having the ‘Army’s Best Cook’ and proving this boast to their visiting fellow officers. The Mango Chutney served by the ‘Westies’ was particularly popular with all. Perfect for all manner of curries, it’s also great with cheese and cold meats.

     
    Fruit Chutney

    Indian Light Infantry Fruit Chutney

    The Indian Light Infantry had a well-earned reputation both on the battlefield and on the polo field. Their Saturday ‘post-polo’ curry lunches were equally renowned for the food and the esprit de corps amongst the attendees. Passing the Regimental Fruit Chutney (always to the left of course) was as important as passing the port. Their famous Fruit Chutney is delicious with curries, cheeses, hot and cold meats.

     
    Tomato Relish

    The ‘Fighting Furys’ Tomato Relish

    Ferocious and feared in battle, The Bengal Fusiliers (The ‘Fighting Furys’) fought hard and played harder. Their Tomato Relish enjoyed a reputation not only in their own Officers’ Mess but across the sub- continent. Many a visiting officer was seen to ask Ooujak, the head cook, if there was “any chance of a couple of jars for the men at the front?” This Tomato Relish is delicious in sandwiches and with curries, cheeses and hot and cold meatloaf.

     
    Tomato Red Pepper Relish

    The King’s Gunners Tomato & Red Pepper Relish

    The King’s Gunners were colloquially known as the KGs – KG by name and cagey by nature. They had a reputation for bravery, efficiency and stealth that was the envy of all other units. As was their Officers’ Mess. Favoured by all, the Gunners protected their Tomato & Red Pepper Relish recipe with the same determination they showed in the field. Perfect with any curry, and hot and cold meats.

     
    Indian Chutney

    The Punjab Battery Indian Chutney

    Mess games were as much part of the Mess as the more formal traditions. ‘Watermelon Polo’ was a favourite of the ‘Boys from the Battery’. Players used their chairs as ponies, their spoons as mallets and a watermelon as the ball. Four 7 minute chukkas was about the limit the President of the Mess would allow before serious damage was done to men and Mess. This chutney is delicious in hot or cold meat sandwiches and great with curries.