Homemade apple and caramelized onion chutney. A simple and delicious condiment, appetizer, or snack | Mother Would Know
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Apple Chutney (My Russian mom made this and I ate it all the time on dark Russian bread with my tea)
Apple Chutney A tangy and spicy apple chutney to perk up your meal and can be served at any special occasion.
Easy-to-make, delicious apple chutney with chopped apples, onion, vinegar, brown sugar, orange peel, ginger and cinnamon. Great serve with roast chicken or pork! On SimplyRecipes.com
Indian Apple Chutney
Indian Apple Chutney. This is a traditional dark, thick, rich chunky sweet and…
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Apple and Caramelized Onion Chutney
Sweet-and-spicy, delightful as a condiment, appetizer or snack, this chutney is a winner.
Slow Cooker Spiced Apple Chutney
A simple slow cooker apple chutney recipe using a glut of apples. Prep the ingredients, throw them in the cooker and get on with your Christmas shopping!
Apple Chutney is perfect for fall or the holidays to accompany pork or turkey. Serve with cheese and crackers for entertaining.
Kiwi & Green Apple Chutney Recipe
Kiwi & Green Apple Chutney Recipe : Crave Cook Click
Spicy green tomato and apple chutney - Cooksister.com
Spicy green tomato and apple chutney - move over, Mrs Ball!
Gift: This apple chutney recipe is ready-to-eat straight after you've cooked it, but you'll find the flavours mature and change over time into something even yummier! I personally think it tastes best after 3 months or more. The unopened jars will keep for up to 2 years or so, but I'm sure they'll be eaten before then! Once opened, the chutney should be kept refrigerated and eaten within 3 weeks.
Lacto-fermented Cranberry-apple chutney - Tastes like apple pie filling. A dollop on my soaked porridge is like apple pie for breakfast!!
APPLE CHUTNEY - apples, onion, jalapeno, garlic, ginger, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, raisins, turmeric, cinnamon, allspice, cloves, cayenne