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    Does anyone have a tried & tested chutney recipe, please?

    Any variety, except mango. Yuk.

    Thank you. :-)
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    I've never made it, MystikPiglit. I sorta' kinda' know what it is (chunky condiment made from various ingredients, savory not sweet ) but have only ever made jam, jelly, preserves and conserves! :D

    Any good recipes from Nigella or other chefs/cooks/cooking sites?






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    I've found several recipes online which differ wildly..

    I just wondered if anyone had a nice traditional family recipe.

    Maybe I'll look at the ingredients on my favourite and make one up for myself.
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    i can't make chutney - made tonnes of courgette chutney the other year and it was too vinegary- happens every time i make it. My Mum made delias tomato chutney and it was always nice














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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 122510
    My Mum made delias tomato chutney and it was always nice
    Thank you, I'll try that. :-)
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    Adrian's mum used to make tomato chutney apparently. I could get him to ask her for the recipe.

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    Thank you!
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    Chutney doesn't have to be chunky, witness Coriander Chutney, which is a staple in our house. We like it not only with Indian food, but Donna loves to put it in her tomato soup. We don't make it though as it is readily available in the grocery.





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    Quote Originally Posted by uscwest, post: 122726
    but Donna loves to put it in her tomato soup.
    Hmmm.... that's an interesting concept. :D
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