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notty's original cheeky chutney

Submitted by Gerry 11 June 2009

Use as you would any chutney.

 
 
 
 

Ingredients

* 1 jar creamed horseradish, * 1 whole garlic finely chopped, * 2 large finely diced onions, * Juice and zest of 2 limes 3 lemons and 1 orange, * 2 handfuls of sultanas, * 12 skinned fresh tomatoes (drop in boiling water to skin), * 1 large pack dried apricots, * 1 tin pineapple chunks plus juice contents, * Half bottle of red vermouth, * ┬Żlitre orange juice, * 3 large red chillies with seeds sliced and chopped, * 1 teaspoon black pepper, * 3 teaspoons ground cinnamon, * 3 large Bramley apples peeled cored and chopped roughly, * 3 bananas peeled and sliced, * 1 small bottle mustard seeds, * 1 teaspoon dried chilli seeds, * 1 teaspoon whole black peppercorns, * 1 tin sweetcorn drained, * 1 75cl bottle of Cider vinegar, * 1 large mug of sugar, * 1 large piece of peeled and finely chopped fresh ginger, * 1 tablespoon salt,,

Method

Throw the whole lot into a large stock pan, simmer for an hour until the consistency gets thick enough for chutney then put into 'hot from the oven' jars, from all the Xmas pickles etc, put the sterilised lids on and then place in the garden to cool. Label accordingly. This recipe is authentic and requires many ingredients but if you want quality then you have to put quality into it, this is why this is a serious excellent chutney. Then give to your friends and family accordingly until you have only 1 jar left as usual and complain.

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