Apple and date chutney recipes

slow cooker spiced apple and date butter

slow cooker spiced apple and date butter

Over the last few days I have been busy chopping, peeling and stirring my bumper apple harvest (that I scrumped from a friends garden) into a selection of preserves, chutneys, sauces and of course the odd crumble
Christmas Chutney

Christmas Chutney

Put the apples, onion, both types of cranberries and the dried apricots into a large pan. Apple, Apricots, Cayenne pepper, Christmas, Chutney, Cinnamon, Cloves, Cranberries, Ginger, Nigella, Nigella Christmas, Onion, Orange, Relish, Sugar, Vinegar
Christmas Chutney

Christmas Chutney

I also used Granny Smith apples instead of cooking apples but then used less sugar as a result. Her recipe included datesand I’m not a fan
Rhubarb Chutney for 60p per jar

Rhubarb Chutney for 60p per jar

They brought me some rhubarb from their garden and I thought I would share with you how to make rhubarb chutney
Mango Chutney with Ginger & Chilli

Mango Chutney with Ginger & Chilli

If you are looking for more interesting chutney recipes check out this Green Tomato Chutney from Pebble Soup, Kavey’s Apple, Date & Ginger Chutney or Green Tomato & Raisin Chutney from Kavey Eats, Rhubarb Chutney from Recipes from a Pantry
Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney

We still have to make it with apple, peaches, pineapple…If you think any other combination would work let me know in the comments below
Chutneys and Cheese? Yes please!

Chutneys and Cheese? Yes please!

Strong Cheddar, Bramley Apple, Dateand Stout Chutney, Toasted Hazelnuts. Brie, Pineapple, Coconut and Zesty Lime Chutney, Ginger Biscuits
Roasted Chicken & Onions with Apple-Date Chutney

Roasted Chicken & Onions with Apple-Date Chutney

Place all the chopped apples, onion, dates, nuts and spices in a small sauce pan. There are so many great varieties of apples available and so many things you can do with them (as well as just enjoy the sweet fruit
Spicy Banana & Mango Chutney

Spicy Banana & Mango Chutney

Kavey’s AppleDate & Ginger Chutney – Kavey Eats. Spicy Green Tomato & AppleChutney – Cooksister. Faced with a glut of very ripe bananas recently and having no room in the freezer I decided the best way of using them up would be in a chutney
Mixed Fruit Chutney

Mixed Fruit Chutney

Add the pineapple, apple, carrot, cherries, grapes, mango pulp, tamarind pulp and little water. The chutney is mainly composed of spices ginger, saffron, cumin, turmeric, chilli, mango, coconut , apple, pear, peach or pumpkin, tomato, beet, carrot
Comfort me with apples

Comfort me with apples

Put the peeled apples (add the lemon juice as you chop them to prevent them browning too much) in a large pan with the cinnamon sticks, cloves, allspice, dates, sugar and two tea cups of water

“Mothers ruin” chutney

Douse the sultanas anddates with the gin in a small bowl the day before making the chutney. You could fry them off or add to casseroles, but they’re a little too tart to eat like a fully scarlet tomato so I’ve turned my glut of green goodies into a gin-soaked unctuous and fruity chutney

Simple and in Season: December and January Round-Up

Roast Pheasant With Bacon, Prunes, Apples & Beans by Helen of Fuss Free Flavours.  Choclette says that Dates are currently in season and so she has sent us over a BOX of Raw Chocolate Truffles