For Jeanette12 :-)

juliewn, May 13, 8:06am
Hi Jeanette. .

I found these threads with Tamarillo chutney in: asp
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To make tamarillo chutney, I'd use my favourite Apple Chutney recipe - I think it would work well to use tamarillo's in place of the apples, and leave the rest of the ingredients as per the recipe. .

Apple Chutney:

2 kg apples
500gms onions
400 gms sticky raisins (they're sold in a box)
1 kg brown sugar
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoon mixed spice
1 teaspoon ground ginger
2 teaspoons cinnamon
Malt vinegar

Chop the apples, onions and raisins - whizzing them in a food processor is fine, or you can mince them.

Place all the ingredients in a large pot or preserving pan. Cover with vinegar.

Bring slowly to a boil, stirring often, so the mix doesn't stick to the bottom of the pan.

Boil slowly about 2 hours or till thick - it will thicken a little more as it cools in the jars. . Bottle into sterilised jars and place lids on top. Pop-top type jars are excellent, as the seal will pop down again ensuring long keeping.

Enjoy :-)

juliewn, May 13, 8:16am
ps. . there are recipes in the TrademeCooks website too, where recipes from these threads here are saved. . click the link below here to take you to the chutney section - there are two recipes about half way down the page: php? f=26&t=567

I hope this is of help. .



jeanette12, May 9, 2:46am
Thanks juliewn foryour reply, your recipe sounds lovely, I will have a go at making it. thanks!

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