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Tomato and Onion Chutney


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Ingredients

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Tomato and Onion Chutney

  • 500 grams tomato, halved
  • 2 onions, peeled and quartered
  • 2 small apples, quartered
  • 280 grams raw sugar
  • 70 grams sultanas
  • 1/2 tablespoon whole cloves
  • 200 grams white vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon Cayenne Pepper or Sweet Paprika
  • 6
    35min
    Preparation 35min
    Baking/Cooking
  • 7
    easy
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    Recipe is created for
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Recipe's preparation

    Tomato and Onion Chutney
  1. Chop onions and apples for 5 seconds on speed 7.


    Add tomatoes and pulse 2-3 times on turbo (0.5 sec for TM5)


    Add other ingredients and mix on reverse speed 5 for 3 seconds.


    Cook for 30mins at Varoma temperature on reverse speed 1, with the MC replaced by the basket to stop splattering.


    Check consistency and cook for 5-10mins at Varoma on reverse speed 1 with the MC replaced by the basket, if necessary.


    Bottle in sterilised jars while the Chutney is still hot.
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Recipe Modified 15/1/19 to reduce liquid.

If you prefer a less vinegary chutney, replace some of the vinegar with water.

Green apples are best, but red will also work.

Has been tested in the TM5 as well.


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  • Use less sugar and more spices

    Submitted by Rose Miners on 1. March 2019 - 15:24.

    Use less sugar and more spices

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  • Same recipe as my Mother used to make just less...

    Submitted by Mumsy7 on 7. November 2018 - 15:59.

    Same recipe as my Mother used to make just less quantities and much easier with the thermie.
    love my favourite on cold meat.

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  • Love, love, love this recipe, as does every person...

    Submitted by NickiAntonio on 21. December 2017 - 00:24.

    Love, love, love this recipe, as does every person I have ever given a jar of it to. Thanks.

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  • Glad you liked it.

    Submitted by zahra777 on 10. January 2016 - 19:13.

    Glad you liked it.

    Enthusiastic Thermomix Consultant from the Wollongong region, NSW

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  • Perfect. Dropped the water

    Submitted by mimadon on 10. January 2016 - 19:08.

    Perfect. Dropped the water and just added the vinegar, also added jalapeños and it was perfect. 

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  • Glad you liked it.

    Submitted by zahra777 on 21. December 2015 - 21:39.

    Glad you liked it.

    Enthusiastic Thermomix Consultant from the Wollongong region, NSW

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  • First ever tomato chutney

    Submitted by ozzieclogs.jnr on 21. December 2015 - 20:19.

    First ever tomato chutney I've made and it is loved in this household  Love tmrc_emoticons.p

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  • I have now learned to read

    Submitted by Lianna on 29. November 2014 - 14:27.

    I have now learned to read the comments first: while I poured the vinegar in I felt a pang of doubt. But I have learned that thermomix recipes are most successful if followed precisely. however, I find the sauce very thin and the vinegar taste is rather overpowering. I needed heaps of corn flour to make the chutney less runny. Another set back I experienced is the volume: when I stick to the quantities, I can't fit it all in one bowl. Consequently I now have a sink full with stainless steel bowl to wash.

    an hour later: chutney is now finished and it looks beautiful and thick; flavour is already improving. i don't know when i make this again: I have about 3 liters of chutney: lovely neighbours, here comes my home made chutney!

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  • Yes mine too, wish I had read

    Submitted by trigger56 on 11. November 2014 - 17:04.

    Yes mine too, wish I had read your comments first, did you find a better one?

     

    regards

     

    john

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  • Made this again and dropped

    Submitted by alicesplace on 21. March 2014 - 10:14.

    Made this again and dropped vinegar to 100ml now really like it.   it reminds me of the easysauce

    recipe that it used to take mum and my husband all day to make!

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  • FRAID I have to agree with

    Submitted by alicesplace on 19. March 2014 - 14:02.

    FRAID I have to agree with Becci.   The taste of he vinegar is overwhelming

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  • First batch was awful.

    Submitted by BecciM on 3. March 2013 - 09:30.

    First batch was awful. Followed the recipe s is and although the sugar and vinegar amounts felt wrong I still followed the recipe. Much too vinegar the end product tsted like a flavoured vinegar and ws just as runny.


    Second batch was better, I only used 200g vinegar and 80g sugar and doubled the cornflour. This was edible. I'll look for nother recipe though I think.


    I don't know what i did differently to the people above me tmrc_emoticons.~

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  • So glad you like it.

    Submitted by zahra777 on 26. January 2013 - 20:53.

    So glad you like it. tmrc_emoticons.)

    Enthusiastic Thermomix Consultant from the Wollongong region, NSW

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  • This is soooo yummy!   Thanks

    Submitted by Janelle78 on 26. January 2013 - 19:12.

    This is soooo yummy!   Thanks for posting it.  Good consistency & flavour, I got 5 jam jars out of this.  I put a few extra tomatoes in cause I needed to use them up (didn't hurt).  Will make more soon, my tomatoe plants are going crazy in the heat tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • So Sorry. It's Cayenne Pepper

    Submitted by zahra777 on 25. October 2012 - 17:16.

    So Sorry. It's Cayenne Pepper or Sweet Paprika. I've fixed the recipe now.

    Enthusiastic Thermomix Consultant from the Wollongong region, NSW

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  • What is the "1/2 teaspoon

    Submitted by elenore1973 on 13. October 2012 - 09:33.

    What is the "1/2 teaspoon undefined"?

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