Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Nicely spiced, barely sweet and just enough heat to add sparkle to the conversation. Chutney, I like you.
This sweet and savory blend of tomatoes, red bell peppers, and green onions pairs well with sausage rolls. Or - frankly - just a spoon.
A summery chutney that tastes like Christmas. Plums, tomatoes, and granny smith apples are paired with apple cider vinegar and honey. Throw in some spices, stir, and you’re golden.
Recipe for tomato and raisin chutney with Vidalia onions, apples, apple cider vinegar, molasses, and spices.
The recipe below is an approximation of Jaffrey’s recipe (I still don’t have Fenugreek seeds) and I made most of it up as I went along. Chutneys are great to improvise with.
Easy tomato chutney recipe that's perfect for making right now if you live down-under, or bookmarking for later use...
Spicy-sweet tomato chutney with fennel, cumin and brown mustard. Perfect for those last-of-the-garden tomatoes.
A tomato chutney that is just as spicy as the lady who gave me the recipe.
A recipe for easy tomato-peach chutney, a bright blending of two of summer's best flavors.
A spicy tomato chutney to celebrate the start of the tomato season here in San Diego.