- 15 g fresh ginger, peeled and cut in 2mm slices along the lines of the skin
- 2 small red chillies, seeds removed (more or less for a hotter or milder chutney)
- 1 clove garlic, peeled
- 750 g Green Tomatoes, washed, divided half and half
- 350 g shallots, or onions, peeled and quartered
- 200 g cooking apples, cored and quartered
- 300 g malt vinegar, or cider vinegar
- 200 g brown sugar
- 1/4 tsp whole yellow mustard seeds
- 1 1/4 tsp salt
- 100 g raisins, or sultanas (optional but lovely)
Make your chutney
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Riverford Organic Farms has some interesting tips on sterilising your jars
- “Use sterilised jars for this recipe and pot the chutney into jars while they are still warm. If using old jars that still smell of the previous contents, add a little bicarbonate of soda and hot water, leave for a couple of minutes, wash and rinse well before using. Make sure any old labels are also fully removed. Sterilise the jars by washing and rinsing them and put in a pan of cold water. Heat until the water is boiling and boil the jars for 10 minutes. Alternatively wash and rinse them and place them upside down in a cold oven. Heat at a low temperature (160°C or 140°C if a fan oven) for 10 minutes. Sterilise the lids in boiling water too. Use metal lids only if they have a plastic lining to stop the vinegar reacting with the metal.”
Madame Thermomix’s Top Tips
- I personally use either the oven sterlising method at just 120°C or I sterilise smaller jars in the Varoma of my Thermomix And don’t forget to sterilise your jam funnel, too!
- I always place my empty jars on a folded tea towel before filling with hot liquids. This helps absorb some of the heat and seems to prevent my jars from shattering. Always use caution when processing hot liquids!
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