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    The original of this recipe was found in the Taste of Home Holiday Recipe Card Collection 2009, & although it was listed as a 'winter' chutney, it can actually be made anytime that fresh pears are available! Especially good with poultry!

    Recipe #458581

    i have an over excited fruit tree out the back and i made this up. quite tasty

    Recipe #407447

    1 Reviews |  By VickiAk

    What could be better with a simple roast or grilled vegetables than a spicy fruit chutney? Nothing, except knowing it was a gift from someone you cherish. Consider including a decorative serving spoon, tied to the side of the jar with raffia.

    Recipe #408927

    My sister made this for Thanksgiving. It was wonderful! It will certainly be on our Thanksgiving table for many years to come.

    Recipe #402816

    1 Reviews |  By Zurie

    Chock full of fruity flavours, this chutney is delicious! The recipe should make about 10 cups, so here's a chance to batch-cook enough chutney for your pantry. Delicious with curries. Actually, chutneys go with all red and grilled meats, should be an ingredient in barbecue sauces and can be added to sandwich fillings. Especially good with corned meats. Prep time is a wild guess: I haven't timed it.

    Recipe #301120

    2 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Chock-full of chunky apples, raisins and onions, this is a naturally sweetened dark chutney from Maggie Runacre of Brockville, Ont that was originally published in a magazine. It's especially good with ham or a ploughman's lunch. Use inexpensive blocks of pitted dates.

    Recipe #388828

    1 Reviews |  By Jentry

    This is my mom's recipe for cranberry chutney. As a kid I didn't like it, but now that my tastes are more refined, I LOVE IT! I have no idea where she got it though, probably from a magazine somewhere. I'm not really sure of the serving size as my mom has always made this, but I do know it makes a lot!

    Recipe #339597

    A simple little chutney you can prepare any time of the year, especially nice served with a strong cheddar, it is also delicious with our French Canadian tourtiere. Source: Homemakers Magazine

    Recipe #299257

    Another recipe from my mom's chutney collection. Adapted from Southern Living. Good spread on top of cheese and crackers. Also goes nicely with grilled chicken or pork.

    Recipe #93095

    This chutney has so much flavor. Great served over pancakes, waffles or even spread on a savory scone. Serving is a guess as I have never really measured how much the recipe makes.

    Recipe #319734

    4 Reviews |  By Seebee

    We were out of store-bought chutney, I realized, after making an entire dinner of Indian food. I raided my cookbooks for ideas and came across this recipe. I was in luck: my kitchen always has these ingredients on hand! I couldn't find the cayenne pepper, so I ground black peppercorns instead. It's scrumptious and just too easy!

    Recipe #61979

    This is a really great recipe for Christmas. Strongly flavoured, sweet, sticky and rich, this chutney is best served with room-temperature blue cheese or overripe brie, served on crackers or oatcakes. Also great with pork or a roasted ham.

    Recipe #335189

    1 Reviews |  By alijen

    A great gift chutney, or for yourself. Excellent with pork, lamb, and chicken. From my sister. If using frozen peaches, no need to thaw.

    Recipe #95980

    This replaced the canned sauce at Christmas the first year I made it! I got a photocopy of the recipe about 20 years ago from a coworker. (Still have that photocopy!) I've now introduced it to my future in-laws, who love it, too. The color is a deep ruby red, complementing the other holiday dishes nicely. Note: I've done the orange all kinds of ways, and leaving it whole works best in terms of texture. Another option is to use a blend of orange peel and orange extract to suit your tastes. Bon appetit!

    Recipe #273289

    This tasty and and long keeping chutney goes with almost all cold meats, cheeses and curries. very interesting alternative to the usual run of the mill chutneys.

    Recipe #288866

    From the All New Good Housekeeping Cookbook, this is good!

    Recipe #112191

    This recipe was found in Betty Crocker Holiday Easy Entertaining cookbooklet from Nov 02.

    Recipe #334186

    The original of this recipe (which has been tweaked slightly) was found on the Wood's Cider Mill website, the same website on which can be purchased the Boiled Cider that makes this chutney so very tasty!

    Recipe #328187

    My favorite Aunt Peggy gave me this recipe. You must serve this at Thanksgiving and Christmas!

    Recipe #186016

    1 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    Great as a condiment for turkey, pork loin or duck. Great as a change from cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving. Cooking time includes 10 minute water bath. Great for gifts.

    Recipe #311683

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