In a small vessel, add little water and in the same vessel add the tamarind and boil it well.
Further extract juice from it and keep aside.
In a pan, add enough water and then add seedless dates into it.
Boil it and cook the dates well. The water will also be used to cook the dates.
Allow it to cool and grind it to a fine puree.
In a kadai, add the tamarind juice and boil it to get rid of the raw smell.
When it is boiling, add the dates paste and mix well.
At one stage, you can see the slurry or foam on the top. Remove it inorder to get a smooth, silky and shining chutney.
After removing he slurry, add the jaggery into it.
The chutney will thick as well as the light brown colour changes to reddish orange colour.
In another pan, add oil and splutter cumin seeds, fennel seeds and add red chilli powder. Pour them into tamarind dates syrup.
Cook everything for five more minutes.
Sweet chutney is ready.
Transfer the chutney into a container and refrigerate it. Use the chutney when required to make chaats.
The shelf life of the chaat is for 3 months.
Now the three types of chutneys for the chaats are ready.