Sometimes, if you are lucky, there's a Fall glut of apples. I say 'lucky' because apples are so very versatile that they can be used for any number of cooking or pickling projects. and they store well too.
Here are three traditional chutney recipes to adorn your shelves. Bear in mind, the Kentish chutney takes six weeks to mature, the Shropshire chutney takes three months, but the Apple and Raisin Chutney can be eaten straight away.
These chutneys make great Christmas gifts, especially if presented in nice jars with pretty ribbons and labels.
Hello Kimbesa - You are welcome!
I've learned that chutney is really good, and have to try these recipes. Thanks!
O, thanks so much! :)
Wonderful and delicious recipes!
They are! :)
Oh my, all three of these look absolutely delicious!
A woman of taste! :)
My mother-in-law, of British descent, loves Chutney.
It's that time of year, isn't it! :)
Awesome and i am pretty sure these would be delicious too,