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Apple and Sultana Chutney Recipe at MyDish

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Apple and Sultana Chutney

by Anne

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    Method

    1. Simmer all ingredients until thick (about 1 1/2 hours) with no loose liquid.

    2. Pot up and store in sterile jar.

    2 Comments

    • by Cyberman

      Cyberman  Fri Aug 14 2009   • Reply

      Have you ever seen somebody lick the chutney spoon in an Indian Restaurant and put it back? This would never have happened under the Tories.

    • by Pippin

      Pippin  Fri Jul 4 2008   • Reply

      This looks like a great recipe. Do you know if it could be made with eating apples too? I have a heaving apple tree in my garden, and this looks like a great way to sue some of them up!

      Also, how long would this normally store for? Thanks!

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    Ingredients

    • 900g cooking apples - peeled, cored and chopped
    • 450g chopped onions
    • 750ml cider vinegar
    • 350g light soft brown sugar
    • 150g sultanas
    • 2 tsp salt
    • 2 tsp mixed pickling spice
    • 1 crumbled cinnamon stick tied in muslin
    Apple Chutney Recipe at MyDish

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    Apple Chutney

    by Maxi

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      Method

      1. place all ingreds into a big saucepan, cover and simmer over a moderate heat until tender and slightly thickened. Once to your liking, pot in hot sterile jars. Can be used immediately as accompaniment for cold meats, cheeses.(Best left for 4-6 wks).

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      • by sassylou

        sassylou  Sat Oct 10 2009   • Reply

        fantastic, recipe is great easy to do and tastes gorgeous. Thank you

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      Ingredients

      • 900g/2lbs peeled. cored & chopped cooking apples (peeled and cored weight)
      • 225g/8ozs onions. peeled and chopped
      • 450g/1lb sultanas
      • 700g/1½lb soft brown sugar
      • ¼ tsp salt
      • 1 tblsp mixed spices
      • 900ml/1½ pints good quality apple vinegar
      • 8/9 sterilised jars
      Mark Hix's Apple Chutney Recipe at MyDish

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      Mark Hix's Apple Chutney

      by Mark Hix

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        Description

        This is an easy chutney to make and any variety of dessert apple with do, the apples must however be firm and fresh.

        Method

        1. 1. Peel, core and chop the apples roughly into 1cm chunks.
        2. Put into a heavy-base saucepan with all the other ingredients and bring slowly to the boil, stirring occasionally to encourage the sugar to dissolve.
        3. 2. Simmer for about 30-40 minutes until the apples are disintegrating, then remove from the heat. The liquid
        4. should be thick and syrupy by now. If not, strain it into another pan and boil down to reduce and thicken, then pour back over the apples.
        5. 3. Tip into a clean bowl, cover and leave to stand in a cool place for 2-3 days, stirring every so often. Then transfer to sterilised kilner or other preserving jars, seal with vinegar-proof lids and store in a cool place.
        6. 4. Refrigerate once opened and use within 3-4 weeks.

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        Ingredients

        • 2kg firm, fresh and ripe cooking apples
        • 550ml cider vinegar
        • 450g soft brown sugar
        • 100g salt
        • 30g black mustard seeds
        • 20g peeled and grated fresh root ginger
        • Good pinch cayenne pepper
        Spicy Apple Chutney Recipe at MyDish

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        Spicy Apple Chutney

        by CurryMaster

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          Description

          Great way to store apples over the winter abd get the best use out of your summer harvest

          Method

          1. 1. Place all ingredients except sugar into a saucepan and bring slowly to the boil.
          2. 2. Cook gently for 1 hour, then add the sugar.
          3. 3. Bring to boil, stirring all the time.
          4. 4. Simmer until thick, pot and seal while still hot.

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          Ingredients

          • 1 kg ripe tomatoes. peeled and chopped
          • 275g  cooking apples
          • 125g  onions
          • 300ml  vinegar
          • 250g  sugar
          • 2 tsp salt
          • ½ tsp allspice
          • ½ tsp cayenne pepper
          • ½ tsp cinnamon powder
          • ½ tsp ginger powder
          • ½ tsp Paprika (hot or mild) you decide
          • 125g  sultanas