Tomatoes can be so frustrating on the West Coast. Even when you nurture them all summer long, in the end you might not get that many red ones. This little recipe goes a long way towards making up for that. A delicious treat for cold winter nights.
Drizzled over roasted vegetables, used as a glaze for roast pork, spread on a grilled cheese sandwich or incorporated in your next cheese plate, this seasonal chutney is sure to impress! (No need to tell anyone just how easy it is to make...)
Chef Liz Schmitt has been making a version of this cherry-apricot chutney for several years. She tweaked the recipe, substituting honey for white sugar and using unsulfured dried apricots instead of sugared dried cherries.