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Green Tomato Pickle


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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

  • 500 gwashed and quartered green tomatoes
  • 650 gpeeled and quartered onions
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 150 g water
  • 300 g vinegar
  • 1/4 tsp ground all spice
  • 4 shakes cayenne pepper
  • 1 tblsp mustard powder
  • 220 g sugar
  • 1 tsp tumeric
  • 1/4 tsp curry powder
  • 4-5 tblsp cornflour or flour (depending on desired consistency)
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    35min
    Preparation 5min
    Baking/Cooking
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Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Place tomatoes in TM and chop for 8 sec on speed 4 using spatula - transfer to a large bowl.



    2. Place onions in TM and chop 8 sec on speed 4 using spatula - add to the green tomatoes and combine.



    3. Spinkle salt over tomato and onion and leave covered overnight.



    4. Place tomato and onion mixture into TM. Add vinegar and water.



    5. Cook 13min, 100deg. Reverse + speed 2.



    6. Add all remaining ingredients except cornflour or flour. Cook 20mins, 90degs. Reverse + speed 2.



    7. Add cornflour or flour and mix 2min, reverse + speed 3. NB. Make a paste of the flour and a bit of water if you are worried about getting lumps.



    8. Bottle, seal and lable.
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Tip

My girls love this on bread w/cheese and toasted under the grill.  Yum!

Hubby loves it on brussel sprouts.  Enjoy!

Also, it you cook it a little longer - say extra 5 min or so - it will go a little darker and the flavour will be a little more mellow.  It just depends on your own taste really. Wink  

 


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  • Great recipe, everybody loves it, thankyou

    Submitted by lmw on 12. January 2021 - 17:17.

    Great recipe, everybody loves it, thankyou

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  • Great recipe, thank you. Easy and everyone loved...

    Submitted by Leanne.bentham on 28. December 2020 - 07:41.

    Great recipe, thank you. Easy and everyone loved it!

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  • Hello everyone who has commented on my pickle!...

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 15. April 2020 - 12:25.

    Hello everyone who has commented on my pickle! 🥰

    I haven’t been on the community for a couple years and so have missed all the lovely comments. I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU!

    I was looking up my recipe to share with my daughter and what a lovely surprise. I’m so glad you all enjoy it. And all the tweeking of the recipe is great! That’s the best thing about home cooking.... being able to adjust flavours to suit our own family.

    Hope you’re all doing well during these very different times we’re in. Be safe!

    kindly, Wendy 😊🌸

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  • kwhite19: Hi, I haven’t been on this community...

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 15. April 2020 - 12:18.

    kwhite19: Hi, I haven’t been on this community for a while and have just seen your question. So sorry! When you pour in your pickle while it is still hot and put the lid on straight away it will seal as it cools. It keeps for a couple years.
    kindly Wendy 🥰

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  • How do I seal the jars so that I can store the...

    Submitted by kwhite19 on 24. March 2020 - 14:54.

    How do I seal the jars so that I can store the chutney for up to a year? I've sterilised them but not sure how to seal them properly.

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  • Relish and easy. Not quite same flavour as mums...

    Submitted by Debz on 7. June 2018 - 16:33.

    Relish and easy. Not quite same flavour as mums but very yummy anyway. Don’t over do the vinegar. I used brown I would add a little less next time. Needed more salt, sugar and marginal more curry for my taste buds.

    Debz

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  • Even my husband who is not a condiment person...

    Submitted by Sandie7 on 9. March 2018 - 11:19.

    Even my husband who is not a condiment person thought this was rather yum. Thank you for this lovely well balanced recipe. Didn't read the whole recipe first off so didn't soak the tomato and onion overnight so I am interested to find out what the difference will be next time.

    Sandie of Mornington Victoria

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  • Yum!

    Submitted by Jillheadon on 26. February 2018 - 22:25.

    Yum!

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  • Just making 5th lot this week. Also used...

    Submitted by Grammyjan on 14. January 2017 - 08:15.

    Just making 5th lot this week. Also used cornflour, not wheaten for gluten free friends. Delicious. Thanks for recipe.

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  • This is delicious! I made a

    Submitted by sevenhuysens on 18. January 2016 - 21:02.

    This is delicious! I made a batch without onion (just used 1.15kg of tomatoes) that was still fabulous for anyone who can't tolerate onion. I also used mustard seeds instead of powder (didn't have any powder) and it still tasted pretty good to me.

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  • Great recipe.  Will

    Submitted by Nic-tsl on 7. May 2015 - 14:50.

    Great recipe.  Will definitely make this again

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  • Thank you great recipe to use

    Submitted by Shobley on 23. April 2015 - 09:52.

    Thank you great recipe to use up al our green tomatoes from the garden, yummy!

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  • Thank you everyone for such

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 22. April 2015 - 19:13.

    Thank you everyone for such encouraging feedback! tmrc_emoticons.)  I'm so glad you are enjoying!

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  • Very yummy and great use of

    Submitted by Clemmix on 11. April 2015 - 11:03.

    Very yummy and great use of end if season tomatoes that are having trouble ripening! 

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  • Just made these, they are

    Submitted by Pempem on 10. April 2015 - 09:46.

    Just made these, they are fantastic 

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  • Green Tomato Pickle made 17

    Submitted by Helen-Gran on 17. March 2015 - 11:03.

    Green Tomato Pickle made 17 March 15 Green Tomato Pickle made 17 March 15
    Thanks for a great recipe that even this cook could get right. End of season approaching, so I cleared all green fruits off my potted cherry tomato plants. Great flavour.

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  • This is amazing and I cant

    Submitted by danmgrigg on 14. March 2015 - 09:36.

    This is amazing and I cant get over how easy and yummy it is!! Thank you!!

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  • Just made this batch. Tastes

    Submitted by Chopsuey on 19. December 2014 - 18:10.

    Just made this batch. Tastes great. winner, winner! tmrc_emoticons.)

    Ciao, Chopsuey! 

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  • Everyone loves it! Such a

    Submitted by Selina on 27. May 2014 - 11:40.

    Everyone loves it! Such a great recipe - thanks for sharing

    Selina Mason

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  • Oh, as for storage.  When it

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 12. April 2014 - 22:48.

    Oh, as for storage.  When it is sealed in the jar it will last for months in the pantry.  Once you open a jar, store it in the fridge and it will keep for quite a few weeks.  

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  • Hi there! Thanks for the

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 12. April 2014 - 22:40.

    Hi there! Thanks for the feedback. I just throw the flour in and you can give it a bit of an extra whiz on reverse if it's a bit lumpy.  Hope you have better success next time. 

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  • Thanks for providing a

    Submitted by Jurassic Lis on 11. April 2014 - 16:27.

    Thanks for providing a delicious solution to the oodles of green tomatoes in the garden!  tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I made this today. Was

    Submitted by Kazza56 on 22. March 2014 - 21:37.

    I made this today. Was thinking I would make it to recipe and taste and have to make changes for the rest of the batches ( having been given 10 kilos of green tomatoes ) . PERFECT all the way....very very nice and so easy to make

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  • Hi All, new to using my

    Submitted by Lindagrandma on 12. January 2014 - 16:14.

    Hi All, new to using my Thermomix and just made this pickle. It tastes lovely but just want to check I did it right. When adding the cornflour, do you just plop it in the top before blending, or do you make it into a paste first. I just added it without making into a paste and ended up with some unblended cornflour that I had to carefully remove, a fair bit latched onto the blade. Maybe should have added slowly whilst blade was stirring? Also, can anyone suggest a refrigeration storage time once made. Thanks!

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  • Thanks for the lovely

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 29. May 2013 - 13:34.

    Thanks for the lovely feedback and I have adjusted the recipe to say white vinegar and mustard powder.  never thought twice when I was writing the recipe.  Thanks!  Big Smile

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  • Hello All,  As an experienced

    Submitted by PianoCook on 29. May 2013 - 09:21.

    Hello All, 

    As an experienced cook & having made this twice now (with my green Tommie's from garden), I can say that this recipe is fairly foolproof. I've just opened a jar of my 2nd batch, & although slightly runnier, still fine due to texture. But there is reason 4 this:

    The 1st batch I made, I thought 1tsp salt would not be enough, so I did 2tsps. This did produce quite a lot of liquid, so I held back about half of it, then followed rest of recipe precisely. Turned out very nice & the corn flour made it a nice thickness, nice & spreadable. 

    The 2nd batch I didn't hold back the liquid, wanted to see what would happen, so it all went into the TM, & then somehow, quite silly of me, & not quite sure why I did it, I even put less corn flour into the mix. In the end, it was fine, just a little runnier. 

    So to conclude, I don't think the liquid matters so much, as long as you do use the 4-5 tablespoons of cornflour (& I was quite liberal & not precise in my 1st batch). Spices can also be varied according to taste & I'm sure I added more, as I thought the recipe as is wouldn't be enough flavour for my taste.  I look forward to Feb/March 2014 for my next batch of green Tommie's to make it again.  Thanks for a great recipe!!

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  • Hi Tia,  I use white vinegar

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 28. May 2013 - 20:01.

    Hi Tia,  I use white vinegar and powdered mustard.  Hope you like it.  tmrc_emoticons.)  Wendy

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  • Hi im going to make this this

    Submitted by esjay on 28. May 2013 - 15:55.

    Hi im going to make this this wk just wondering is the vinegar brown? And mustard is that powdered? Tia

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  • Hi im going to make this this

    Submitted by esjay on 28. May 2013 - 15:54.

    Hi im going to make this this wk just wondering is the vinegar brown? And mustard is that powdered? Tia

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  • I have made this twice now,

    Submitted by PianoCook on 18. May 2013 - 17:46.

    I have made this twice now, varying the spices a little. Love it, really easy  Love

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  • Thank you for the great feed

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 26. October 2012 - 07:16.

    Thank you for the great feed back.  So nice to hear! tmrc_emoticons.)  Enjoy! 

    Due to Ros comment I was thinking I probably should add a tip to the recipe to say that if the tomato and onion mixture is too liquidy to not add all of the liquid from the mixture or maybe omit the water. How did you find yours?  It is quite difficult to get my hands on green tomatoes so I haven't been able to test out the recipe again myself.  Will have to wait till next season. 

    Also, it you cook it a little longer - say extra 5 min or so - it will go a little darker and the flavour will be a little more mellow.  It just depends on your own taste really. tmrc_emoticons.;)  

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  • Great, thank you. I even left

    Submitted by lisa_owen on 25. October 2012 - 19:09.

    Great, thank you. I even left it uncooked in the fridge for 2 days and it worked perfectly!! tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Hi Ros, Nice to hear from

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 28. April 2012 - 17:05.

    Hi Ros,

    Nice to hear from you.  Is it very runny?  I don't seem to have a lot of extra liquid in mine.  I just throw it all in!  If it is too runny, maybe you could cook it a little longer to reduce the liquid content a little or add more cornflour.  Sometimes the tomatoes can be a little juicier so this is what I do.  If you have already bottled your pickle you can pop it back in the TMX again, heat it up and add more cornflour.  I have had to do this before - when I didn't have my TMX yet! tmrc_emoticons.)

    I hope this helps.  Let me know how you go!

    Thanks, Wendy

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  • One little worry that I had

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 28. April 2012 - 16:50.

    One little worry that I had during the recipe - after getting the tomato/onion mixture out of the frig where it has been sitting with the sprinkling of salt, should I have discarded any moisture?  Since you didn't say to do that, and further liquid was added, I opted just to pour it all in.  Please tell me what I should have done.  tmrc_emoticons.)  

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  • You're most welcome.  I hope

    Submitted by all-of-a-kind fam. on 10. April 2012 - 17:42.

    You're most welcome.  I hope you enjoy it as much as we do! Love 

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  • Happy Easter and thank you

    Submitted by Ros Teirney on 7. April 2012 - 23:45.

    Happy Easter and thank you for the recipe for Green Tomato Pickle in the TMX.  I've made some tonight and I'm excited to sample it soon.  tmrc_emoticons.)

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