Apple Chutney

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So my thriving apple tree ( which we have yearly been feeding beer!) has loads if apples this year. Not sure what kinda they are- they are slightly tart but juicy!

So usually I make apple crumble- but this year thought I’d give chutney ago!

So I use roughly the following:

2lbs chopped apple
2.5 cups brown sugar (light)
1 cup white vinegar
1.25 cup apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp chopped chillies
2 medium onions
1 tsp turmeric
2 tsp ground spice
6 cloves grounded up
2 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper

Put this into a large pan, and bring to the boil. Then allow to simmer covered for about 40min to an hour until darken in colour and thick.

Once done canned into sterilised jars (for cheapness and ease I sterilise old pasta/sauce jars)

When thinking about canning start saving jars!!

This made 3 good size jars!

Now this goes perfectly with parathas!! Yum yum, next will try in a cheese and chutney sandwich!!

  1. Gourmandize UK (@GourmandizeUK)
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    Hello there, this chutney looks absolutely delicious. I was wondering if you’d like to enter this recipe into our Gourmandize Giveaway recipe competition. This month the theme is apples so it would be perfect, and there are nice prizes to win – let me know what you think:



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