- 1 onion, halved
- 1 clove garlic
- 4 large green chillis
- 550 g fresh tomatoes, halved
- 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- 90 g raw sugar
- 30 g white wine vinegar
- 20 g balsamic vinegar
- 2 pinches salt, to taste
- 3 pinches pepper, to taste
Place onion, garlic, green chillis and tomatoes in bowl.
Chop 5sec/sp 5.
Add olive oil, raw sugar, white wine vinegar, balsamic vinegar, salt and pepper. Place simmering basket on top of lid instead of measuring cup.
Check that chutney has reduced down and isn't too watery. If it's too watery cook another 5min/100deg/sp2.
If you prefer your chutney mild, simply de-seed the chillis.
Made too much? You can store extra jars in a cupboard by following these instructions to seal a glass jar....
1. About 10mins before the chutney finishes cooking, pour boiling water into a glass jar.
2. When chutney is ready, pour the boiling water out of the jar and fill with hot chutney.
3. Screw the lid (metal lid only) on tight, tip the jar upside down and let it sit upside down until completely cooled.
4. The button seal should now be depressed, meaning the jar is sealed!
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