- 300 grams Green Mango, peeled and seeds removed
- 150 grams green apple, core removed, cut into quarters
- 1/2 red onion
- 4 cloves garlic, peeled
- 10 grams Peeled ginger
- 1 birds eye chilli, optional &amp; seeds removed optional
- 100 grams dates
- 100 grams sultanas
- 1 teaspoon curry powder
- 1/2 teaspoon allspice
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 300 grams malt vinegar
- 100 grams water
- 300 grams brown sugar
1.) Peel the skin off your green mangoes with a potato peeler.
2. Cut the flesh away from the seed - get as much flesh off as you can without including any of the seed.
3.) Add Mango flesh, Green apple, red onion and garlic to TM bowl and chop 2 secs | speed 5, set aside.
4.) Add ginger, red chilli to bowl and chop 5 secs | Speed 6| scrape down side
5.) Add mango and apple/onion/garlic mix to TM bowl, add dates, sultantas, spices, salt, vinegar and water and cook 5 mins | varoma |sp 1 | reverse with MC cap on, then remove MC cap and cook for a further 5 mins | varoma |sp 1 | reverse.Describe the preparation steps of your recipe
6.) Add 300gms brown sugar and cook 50 mins | 100 deg | Sp soft | reverse with varoma basket sitting on top. This lets the steam out but also catches all the drips and any spitting.
7.) Cook for a further 10-20 mins | varoma | Sp 2 | reverse You should be able to tell if the chutney is ready, as it will be thick and sticky, and it will 'gel' when tested on a cold plate. Bottle in hot sterile jars. This recipe makes approximately 1 litre of chutney.
This is a rich, unctuous, sweet and spicy, sticky chutney, that is delicious with cold meats, dolloped on the side of a bbq plate, it's delicious with cheese, excellent on sandwiches and I have a dear friend who loves it so much she claims it can be eaten with a spoon! It can be blended and mixed with a little olive oil to be used as a glaze for meats or roasted vegetables and is brilliant with curries
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