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Submitted by JamJar aka Chutney Queen 11 June 2009



450 ml strong dry cider (you could substitute orange juice, for some of this),250g currants,250g raisins,75g dried apricots chopped small,1 kg. cooking apples,250g dark brown sugar,1 teaspoon mixed spice & 1/2 tspn. cinnamon,Grated rind 1/2 orange & 1/2 lemon,75g glace cherries quartered,75ml brandy whisky or rum,


Put cider in large pan, add currants, raisins and apricots and leave to soak a couple of hours.
Peel, core and finely chop apples and add to pan, cook until starting to soften.
Add sugar, spices, rinds, and cover - simmer about 30 mins. until quite soft.
Add cherries and brandy and pot up.

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