- 100 g red or brown onion, peeled
- 1 tsp fennel seeds
- 180 g fennel bulb, stalks and fronds trimmed, bulb quartered
- 700 g ripe tomatoes
- 150 g white wine vinegar
- 120 g sugar
- 40 g pitted dates
- 30 g olive oil
- 2 pinches flaked salt
- gppd grind of pepper
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Place onion, fennel seeds, fennel bulb and tomatoes into mixing bowl and chop for 5 sec/speed 5.
Add vinegar, sugar, dates, olive oil, salt and pepper and cook 45 min/Varoma/speed 1, or until chutney has thickened slightly and the onion and fennel are tender. Continue to cook if you prefer a jammier finish.
Once Varoma temperature has been reached, remove MC and place TM basket on TM lid to prevent splashing.
Place chutney in a bowl for immediate use, or preserve in sterilised jars for up to 1 year.
I love chutney. I'll eat it on sandwiches (especially toasties) and with sausages, spinach pies and cheese platters. This chutney uses fennel seeds and fresh fennel for a double dose of aniseedy charm which is balanced by the sweetness of tomatoes and dates, and the kick of vinegar. It's a good one to bottle but you can also get stuck into it straight away.
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