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Tomato Chutney Recipe


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The easy way to use up your large crop of tomatoes, make some chutney, delicious!

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 Preparation:  Cooking Time:

 How Difficult Easy  Freeze? No
 Servings

1.4kg / 3lb


 

 Ingredients

How Much

 Cooking apples 450g / 1lb
 Onions 225g / 8oz
 Red tomatoes 1.4kg / 3lb
 Sultanas 225g / 8oz
 Demerara sugar 225g / 8oz
 Salt 10ml / 2 teaspoons
 Malt vinegar 450ml / ¾pint
 Cayenne pepper 2.5ml / ½ teaspoon
 Mustard powder 5ml / 1 teaspoon

WHAT SPECIAL KITCHEN EQUIPMENT?
Large saucepan or preserving pan.
Sterilised jam jars and lids.

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PREPARATION
Sterilise the jam jars and lids by washing them in warm soapy water or in the dishwasher, then putting in a hot oven gas mark 3/160C/320F for at least 15 minutes before use.
Peel core and finely chop the cooking apples.
Finely chop the onion.
Skin the tomatoes by putting them in boiling water for a minute, remove skin then slice thinly.

METHOD FOR TOMATO CHUTNEY


Put all the ingredients into the pan, then bring to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer gently for about 2 hours until the ingredients are tender.

The ingredients have reduced to a thick consistency and has no excess liquid remaining.  This can take slightly more than 2 hours especially if the tomatoes are slightly over-ripe as they produce more liquid when cooking.


Spoon the chutney into the preheated jars, cover immediately with the lids. 

Delicious lightly spicy chutney which goes extremely well with cheese and all kinds of cold meats.

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