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Gently fry the sliced onions in the oil over a medium heat until they are softened, this should take around ten minutes. Add four spoonfuls of the dark brown sugar, turn up the heat and cook until the onions are browned and caramelized. Next add the remaining ingredients and simmer for ten minutes until the chutney has become sticky and thick.
The chutney should be a rich bronze colour. Allow the chutney to cool a little and then spoon it into the sterilized jars. You can also make this chutney with white Spanish onions.
This is an easy to make tangy Indian chutney.
From "A Charlie Brown Christmas" Recipe Series
Combine the tomatoes, peaches, apples, onions, celery, vinegar, salt, and pickling spice in a large stockpot. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low, and simmer for about 2 hours, or until thickened. Transfer to sterile jars and store in the refrigerator, or freeze in plastic containers.
By Jodi from Aurora, CO
This is a popular mango chutney from India which is sweet, yet tangy and really yummy!
This is the time for cheap apples so let's make chutney.
Boil together until cooked. Pour into a bowl, let stand until next day. Stir well and put into jars.
By Raymonde from North Bay, Ontario
Pick over and rinse cranberries. Combine cranberries, sugars, raisins, spices, and water. Simmer, uncovered, in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir often until juice is released, about 15 minutes. Reduce heat. Stir in rest of ingredients.
In a small mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese and sour cream until smooth; beat in chutney and curry until blended. Just before serving, stir in cashews.
Try serving this canned chutney recipe with meat from your inside grill. It's just as good as in the summer!
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At a craft fair recently I sampled a pickle (chutney?) called "summer salad" and it was delicious. It looked a lot like salsa, but tasted sweeter and I thought I could detect brown sugar in it, but I'm not sure. I've searched the usual sights, but can't find it. Has anyone heard of it? Thanks.
By mother of 5 from Nova Scotia
I recently had Cherry Chutney served over almond crusted fish at a local restaurant. I am trying to find a recipe for the chutney. It was quite sweet and favorful. It may have been flavored with a sweet brandy but I am not sure. Anyone have a recipe to share?