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a spicy condiment made of chopped fruits or vegetables cooked in vinegar and sugar with ginger and spices

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For the chutney we use a recipe as follows; 450g of dried apricots (soaked in warm water to rehydrate), one small onion (finely chopped), one clove of garlic (root removed and finely chopped), 150ml of good quality white wine vinegar, 40g of golden syrup, 40g of demerara sugar, a pinch of salt and a pinch of ground cinnamon.
Chutney Window Selection--Piccalilli, Spicy Onion Relish, Farmhouse Chutney, Somerset Chutney Ale.
Mrs Giles said: "Living here in the Vale of Evesham I know a lot of local growers, so I can always count on a good supply of fresh produce which form the basis of my recipes and, once they've tasted my chutney, customers invariably come back for more.
It was on a visit to some horse trials that the idea for Cotswold Chutney struck me.
Homemade chutney not only makes a great gift but it's also a handy thing to have in your cupboard.
A leading specialist in its field of preparing, roasting, chargrilling, flame grilling and caramelising, Beacon Foods" ingredients are used in prepared meals, pizzas, ethnic cuisine, sandwich fillings, yoghurt compotes, desserts, cheeses, fruit garnishes, smoothies, chutneys, pasta sauces and baby food products.
And finally the apricot and fig chutney - a fruitfully round and ripe eastern Med delight, ideal with pale Dutch cheeses or cold pork or ham, and blissful too in sandwiches with cream cheese or Philadelphia.
The tamarind chutney probably works best at tempering spicy heat.
Thick and thin table sauces, salad accompaniments, and pickles and chutneys are estimated to account for a combined value share of the market of just under 75%.
It''''s good to know that our new chutneys are hitting the mark and an award of this nature gives us great encouragement to further improve and expand our range.
ood and cookery won a prestigious food ed Curry Cuisine Great Taste Award for go Chutney.
They describe it as the little black dress of chutneys.
In the last couple of decades, making your own chutneys, jams and pickles fell out of fashion, and it was left to the stalwarts of the WI to keep the tradition going.
She already has the go-ahead to use Newcastle Brown Ale in her relishes, jams, marmalades and chutneys.