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mango,chilli and ginger chutney

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created: 2013/11/23 changed: 2013/11/23
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Ingredients

Portions5 jar(s)
ingredients

  • 2 large mangoes
  • 1 medium brown onion
  • 250 gram Cider Vinegar
  • 375 gram raw sugar
  • 150 gram piece fresh root ginger
  • 1/2 tbsp salt
  • 1 tsp yellow mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tsp mixed spice
  • 1 tsp chilli flakes, dried
  • 1/2 tsp curry powder
  • 1/2 tsp Ground Cummin Powder
  • 1/2 tsp ground cloves
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1h 8m
Preparation 8m
Baking/Cooking 1h
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Difficultyeasy
Appropriate for Thermomix ®-Beginners
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

Peel and stone mangoes approx 2 fresh, add to TM with onion and peeled ginger, chop 8 seconds speed 9. Scrape down sides.

Add all the rest of ingredients

Cook 100C, backwards, speed 1, 1 hour.

When finished cooking place into sterlized jars and seal, whilist still hot. when cold label and store in cupboard, once opened store in fridge.

 

 

 



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Recipe's preparation

Peel and stone mangoes approx 2 fresh, add to TM with onion and peeled ginger, chop 8 seconds speed 9. Scrape down sides.

Add all the rest of ingredients

Cook 100C, backwards, speed 1, 1 hour.

When finished cooking place into sterlized jars and seal, whilist still hot. when cold label and store in cupboard, once opened store in fridge.

 

 

 



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Tip

This recipe can be made with frozen mangoes instead of fresh, (750 grams).

When the chutney is bubbling re- place the MC with the rice basket over the top to avoid it spiting every where. Can be eaten with curry or great with cheese. 

 

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Tip

This recipe can be made with frozen mangoes instead of fresh, (750 grams).

When the chutney is bubbling re- place the MC with the rice basket over the top to avoid it spiting every where. Can be eaten with curry or great with cheese. 

 

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COMMENTS (11)

Going to make this recipe this week. Looking forward to tasting it.  Thanks for the inspiration. Great Christmas gift ideas for those ;'difficult to buy for' people.  Gentle stir setting Cooking

I agree 150gms seems a lot esp when I just weighed a piece I have and it was exactly 150 gms it was big 

 

can some one please clarify the 150 gms of ginger I have a piece that weighs exactly that amount and its big 

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I made this to give away and was so delicious I bought 6 more cheap mangoes to make more. Very popular with my family. Thanks for recipe. Love the ginger in it.  Smile

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Great easy recipe thank you. I added 2 small fresh red chillies instead of chilli flakes & only used 250gms raw sugar but used the same amount for the rest of ingredients. Turned out great & yes great for Christmas gifts for curry/chilli luv'n friends.  Smile

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DELICIOUS! I made this yesterday, just put it on a chicken & ham wrap - best addition! I didn't have 150g of ginger (thought I did, but it didn't weigh as much as I thought), so I added in some ground ginger  :-) Also didnt have curry powder so left it out. And I added in a small fresh chilli. 

Nice amount - I think about 1L. I'm going to give some of the small jars to friends 

Hi, this looks good though 150g of ginger appears to be a lot? Thoughts anyone? Wink

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I have just made 4 large mangoes into this chutney. Can't wait to give to my curry/chilli loving friends for Christmas. Smells and tastes delicious!!

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Great chutney. Thanks.  Wink

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Love it!! Made as gifts for Xmas & for self.  Couldn't help spreading it on ham, turkey, prawns & bread!! Enjoyed by all...

thanks for sharing.    Smile

Starley 

Delicious! To keep more texture and to highlight the chunks of mango, I cooked for 40 minutes then added another sliced mango for the last 20 minutes.