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Nectarine Chutney


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Ingredients

1 litre(s)

  • 1 apple, quartered & cores removed
  • 1 large onion, quartered
  • 1 red chilli, seeds removed
  • 800 grams nectarines, stones removed & coarsely chopped (I don't peel)
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 375 grams brown sugar
  • 375 grams Cider Vinegar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Put Apple, onion and chilli in bowl and chop for 5 seconds on Speed 5.

  2. Add remaining ingredients. Remove MC and put simmering basket on top of Thermomix lid instead. Cook on Varoma temperature, Reverse, Speed 1 for 40 minutes (or until chutney is thick).

  3. Remove cinnamon stick and pour into clean, steralised jars and seal. Chutney will last over a year.

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Tip

This chutney is great on a cheese platter, with cold meats, in sandwiches or with some lemon juice and oil added for a great salad dressing. A great gift!


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  • OMG, this is awesome.

    Submitted by Treena12 on 5. March 2017 - 11:14.

    OMG, this is awesome. Smile

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  • I have made this 3 yrs in a

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 5. January 2016 - 02:48.

    I have made this 3 yrs in a row now. I make it exactly to the recipe. Delish!

    Thanks again, Gabrielle

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  • Delicious! Used peaches

    Submitted by AmesinAus on 16. November 2015 - 20:14.

    Delicious! Used peaches instead and subbed the cider vinegar out for white wine vinegar. Only used 300g of that and 300g sugar. Definitely will make again. Thanks for sharing!

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  • I have a tree full of

    Submitted by AmyZC on 10. February 2015 - 21:15.

    I have a tree full of nectarines and love having a way to use them up other than sorbet or fruity dream!  Thanks for this recipe tmrc_emoticons.-)

    Amy Greenwood | Thermomix Consultant | Tasmania | Facebook: Amy Greenwood - Thermo Consultant

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  • OMG, this is delicious, thank

    Submitted by foody4eva on 4. February 2015 - 20:57.

    OMG, this is delicious, thank you so much Gabrielle.  I made it to this recipe but added 2 chillies as I like a bit of a bite.  A great recipe to use the nectarines in my fridge that were not worthy of eating but didn't need to be tossed either!  Love

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  • I have also substituted the

    Submitted by David Reed on 28. September 2014 - 12:02.

    I have also substituted the nectarines to peaches, and loved it!  Also had a bit of the boiling over issue, but used the Steamer basket, which helped prevent too much mess. 

    Also used the chutney to stir into plain steam vegetables to give a nice flavour, and also as a bit of a marinade for chicken.

    My seal ring still has a bit of the smell of the chutney on it months later, even after soaking in lemon juice and bi carb - but it isn't affecting other recipes at all.  Will do again!

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  • absolutely love this yum

    Submitted by ambergreen on 13. January 2014 - 15:56.

    absolutely love this yum yum

     

    Amber

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  • If something is bubbling over

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 22. March 2013 - 23:11.

    If something is bubbling over just increase the Speed up one spot (ie Spd 2 up to Spd 3) to stop it doing that. You can use the rice basket on top of the lid to stop it spraying the walls too (as per instructions for Ragu in the EDC)

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  • Didn't have any nectarines,

    Submitted by MandD on 23. February 2013 - 15:29.

    Didn't have any nectarines, but did have a whole load of Yellow Peaches to use for something.  Just substituted the nectarines with the peaches - It is delish!   Although, it did have a bit of bubbling over for a little while, so was on constant mop up for approx 10mins - may need to reduce the amounts slightly if the fruit is as ripe and juicy as these peaches were!  Cooked for an additional 10mins to get a thick enough consistency.

    Thanks for the recipe to adapt!

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  • Had lots of Nectarines to use

    Submitted by CharlotteHamilton on 10. February 2013 - 16:56.

    Had lots of Nectarines to use up and as we are fundraising for Dunalley Bush fire thought this was an awesome recipe to choose thanks for sharing it is a lovely chutney a bit like Mrs Balls peach chutney  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Had lots of Nectarines to use

    Submitted by CharlotteHamilton on 10. February 2013 - 16:56.

    Had lots of Nectarines to use up and as we are fundraising for Dunalley Bush fire thought this was an awesome recipe to choose thanks for sharing it is a lovely chutney a bit like Mrs Balls peach chutney  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Tried this today and turned

    Submitted by lucaselect on 6. February 2013 - 22:30.

    tmrc_emoticons.) Tried this today and turned out fantastic - very easy and tasty too. With a tree full of nectarines will be sure to be making another batch...


     

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  • Hi  - 800g nectarines,

    Submitted by Gabrielle L on 25. January 2013 - 21:30.

    Hi  - 800g nectarines, without stones removed. And it keeps great in pantry  - in fact i recently found a jar made early 2011 in back of my pantry and it tastes fine - just make sure jars are well steralised!

    Enjoy and sorry I didn't respond earlier - just saw your questions tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Is it 800g of whole

    Submitted by Cabsavs_mum on 17. January 2013 - 14:56.

    Is it 800g of whole nectarines, or 800g of nectarine flesh with the stones already removed?

    Does it need to be refrigerated to store, or is the pantry ok for unopened jars?

    Looking forward to trying this recipe. 

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  • I've got my 2nd batch

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 11. January 2013 - 15:32.

    I've got my 2nd batch bubbling away as I type, Gabrielle. Nieghbour loved the jar I gave her from the first batch. Great way for me to use a heap of neglected nectarines we brought home from 'home' at Christmas time. Thankyou!

     

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  • I tried this recipe in

    Submitted by ThermoCreations on 7. January 2013 - 20:38.

    I tried this recipe in December and it made a good quantity so I was able to put in small jarms and give them as gifts at Christmas.  It tasted great with a strong tasty cheese.

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