Spicy Quince and Cranberry Chutney
This is a much more lively alternative to plain cranberry sauce and is one of my very favorites. I buy the quinces (membrillos) at a local Mexican grocery store. It is so worth the extra effort!
Chutney is excellent served as a condiment with any number of dishes, it adds a flavor that can't be beat.
Lucy's Tomato and Peach Chutney
A sweet and spicy chutney that's very addictive. So easy to make you'll find yourself adding this to just about any dish!
A Hawaiian chutney, excellent with pork or lamb. Also a treat with peanut butter on bread. Note: Common mangos are small and sweet even when half-ripe, not juicy.
Tomato Chutney II
This is an amazing chutney that is some what spicy but not to bad, and sweet. This is very good on flat breads.
Indian coconut chutney to be served with dosa and idli (steamed rice and lentil cakes).
Fig and Onion Spread
This is delicious spread on crackers or a sliced baguette with a smear of blue cheese. It can also be used as a topping for a wheel of warm brie. It's important to use a good quality aged balsamic vinegar in this recipe.
The sweetness of mango, pineapple and red pepper is given a zing from fresh ginger and a kick from hot chile pepper. Serve this chutney with grilled chicken or seafood for an exciting burst of flavor!
Real Indian Mango Chutney
This chutney has a sweet and sour taste and goes particularly well with samosas and mint raita. Make it at least 2 weeks in advance for enhanced flavor or 1 day before serving.