Friday, 10 November 2017

Spiced Apple Chutney


With the last of the autumn apples, I usually make a big batch of chutney for the Christmas Day cheeseboard! This year was no different and so this week, I set about thinking of what flavours I would like. I decided on a spiced apple flavour as the scent always reminds me of Christmas and cosy winter evenings. Read on to check out the recipe...


You Will Need
Makes 1 large jar or 2 small
400g of Apples
1 Small Red Onion
200g of Brown Sugar
175ml of Apple Cider Vinegar
175ml of Water
1tsp of Cinnamon
1tbp of Cloves
1tsp of Ground Ginger
1tsp of Mixed Spice

To Make
1) Peel and core the apples and chop into chunks. Add to a large pan with the diced onion, the sugar, all the spices and a splash of water
2) Stir thoroughly and leave to simmer for 10 minutes
3) Add the apple cider vinegar and the rest of the water. Simmer for 40-50 minutes or until the mixture is really thick
4) Pour into sterilized jars and store in a cool, dark place until Christmas


Have you ever made chutney before?

Rosanna
x

36 comments:

  1. This sounds absolutely delicious! Have a lovely weekend hun. Gemma x
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  2. Mmmmmmm ... Thank you for sharing this with us love. Wishing you a happy November. Kisses, Dominica from London.
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  3. Omg this looks so delish!!!
    xx
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  4. Dear Rosanna, so far I bought Chutneys but thanks to you I know now how to prepare such Chutneys! Thanks a lot and enjoy your weekend!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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  5. Wow I've never made my own chutney, it's not something I'd have thought of doing but this sounds so good! Lovely pictures too.
    Amy xx
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  6. Yummy! This looks so delicious! And perfect for fall. I love baking apples in any form at this time of year. Thanks for the recipe lady!

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  7. It must be so delicious, thanks for sharing the recipe!

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  8. Que bom aspecto! :)
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  9. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe, girl! We went apple picking a few weeks ago and we had picked roughly 100 apples, lol. I literally tried every recipe, except this one! We were thinking about going back as we near Thanksgiving, so I'll have to try this if we do. I hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead, girl!

    XO,

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  10. I've never tried chutney.. would you believe it! I really like how you photographed it :) x

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  11. Using the last of Autumn's apples for your Christmas Day cheeseboard literally sounds SO lovely - what a beautiful tradition! I've never tried making chutney and so this has served as wonderful inspiration.

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  12. I've never made an apple chutney or any kind of chutney before, but this sounds so yummy for a cheese board for this time of year!

    Carrie
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  13. So delicious
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  15. Looks so good.
    Kisses!

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  16. OMG It looks sooo delicious. Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely weekend. xoxo Cris
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  17. Looks so delicious.. I want to eat this apple chutney..Have a great weekend
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  18. Never made chutney before in fact I don't even think I tasted it. But it does look delish and will leave your home smelling christmassy

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  19. I've never made chutney before but as long as it's got apples I think it's worth trying.

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  20. I want to try this recipe!!!
    Kisses

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  21. I never tried chutney on my own before
    but I like this autumn-like version with the spiced and the apple.
    Thank you for the recipe, I definetly have to try it.

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  22. very good recipe, love it
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  23. Yummy this looks great!
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  24. ohhh so interesting!
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  25. I have not but this sounds like it's delicious!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  26. great post
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