Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

I have to thank Sharon123 for inspiring me to make this!!! If you like this check out her East Indian Cheese Log #48072. I wanted to make this but was snowed in, and made my alternative to it for a Christmas appetizer. And if I must say so quite interesting ! Impressive !!!!!!! You can replace the onions with 1/4 cup powdered sugar and use for topping for French toast or cake Filling!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all in a food processor to make a nice spread.
  2. Serve with crackers, toasted Indian bread{Naan}, Grilled chicken, or fresh vegies and fruit.
Most Helpful

A very tasty, slightly sweet spread with and Indian flair. I like this a lot, and think it would make tasty tea sandwiches (no crust, cut in 8ths) for a luncheon buffet or appetizer. A nice blend of flavors where no single flavor overpowers another. The nuts add a nice crunch. Next time I may add 1/4 cup crushed pineapple (well drained)!

BeachGirl April 23, 2003

This was delish. Loved the crunch and spices! Thank you. Ps. I also posted it on my foodblog that you'll find on my profile :)

vanillipipar May 02, 2011

Made this spread a couple weeks ago, and it was quite delicious. I used fresh ginger instead of the paste, and used a mixture of almonds and cashews for the nuts. I also doubled the amount of cardamom, because I like it so much. The result was fantastic.

SarahCKS January 26, 2010