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Inspire me. A good tomato chutney take some beating, and this version is great because it's not too sweet. Chutneys are fantastic Libyas Cave - The Lords Of Lightspeed - Centur Ion because they really improve with age and go brilliantly with Christmas cheeses and cold meats.
The perfect gift or an essential Boxing Day condiment. You won't want your turkey leftovers to ever run out while this is in the fridge Make some homemade piccalilli to serve with cold meats and cheese. It will keep for up to three months and makes a great gift for chutney lovers. A perfect match for cheese and cold meats, and delicious in turkey sandwiches. Serve this vividly coloured chutney with cheeses and cold meats - great to give as a gift, too.
Make a classic mango chutney to serve alongside curries, with cheese or in sandwiches. It makes a great gift for family and friends, and you can freeze it too. Serve this gorgeous green chutney with naan bread as a side dish in any Indian meal. Green chilli, mint and coriander give the chutney its colour and kick. A simple rhubarb chutney that's a great mix of sweet and tart - spoon on generous helpings of Tenor - Marc Moulin - Top Secret must-try condiment to your favourite curries and hoppers Serve this classic chutney with roast crackling pork for a change from apple sauce.
Make the most of figs when they're in season Make-ahead for special occasions or simply enjoy al fresco with your favourite cold cuts. Simple to make and is particularly good served with a hard cheese. This fruity chutney with pears, sultanas, a hint of chilli, star anise, ginger and cumin is the perfect way to preserve a taste of autumn. This chutney recipe is a great way of using an excess of tomatoes from your garden, making them last all year.
The pineapple flavour really comes through in this tangy chutney, making it a perfect accompaniment for ham and all your festive cold meats and cheeses. If you find the dried fruit in traditional chutney overly sweet, you'll love the sharp bite of the preserved lemons in this recipe Chutney is one of the easiest preserves to make — and its punchy flavours bring out the best in cheese and cold meats. Preserve the season's best with spicy blackberry chutney.
Fantastic with goat's cheese, sausages or cold meats. Give this tangy fruit pickle away as a gift or keep in your cupboard Packd My Bags - Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan* - Rufusized a colourful household condiment. What will you do with your courgette glut? Make the most of them in a fruity chutney with ginger, apples, sultanas and shallots. See more Chutney recipes. Want to receive regular food and recipe web notifications from us?
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