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    1 Reviews |  By chia

    try this with turkey burgers or grilled fish.

    Recipe #103171

    This is a wonderful use for all your tomatoes and basil from the garden, perfect to have on hand for a last minute appetizer. I used half plum and half lemon boy tomatoes from my garden. I tripled the recipe without a problem. From "Put a Lid on It" by Topp and Howard.

    Recipe #137023

    This is the best salsa recipe I've found so far and I've tried about a dozen. I got it from one of the local hospital cookbooks that are sold in my area. I changed it a bit and have been canning it for years. The reason I plant a garden is for this salsa. We would be lost without it. Hope you like it as much as we do. One of our members who is a food scientist took this salsa to work, tested the pH and found it measured under 4.0 (well within the safety limit for boiling water bath processing).

    Recipe #9272

    A quite wonderful combination of spice makes this ketchup, a Joanne Weir recipe, worth the effort.

    Recipe #266638

    This takes time but is very much worth it. A great mango chutney that my family loves.

    Recipe #82506

    I don't remember where I found this recipe....I just found it wandering loose on my computer. I like it as there is no added sugar....I use stevia.

    Recipe #461125

    This ketchup is great! Serve it with just about anything, pancakes, omelettes, potatoes, tempeh, and it will always compliment! Adapted from Mollie Katzen's Sunlight Cafe cookbook. Did you know mangoes are members of the sumac family and are related to cashews? In the tropical zones where they grow, mango groves are a real sight: the trees, with their thick umbrella of shiny leaves, form a true oasis-and the fruit grows like giant upside down lollipops on long stems, hanging down.

    Recipe #404352

    From the August 2011 issue of Food and Wine. The peaches must be ripe but still firm enough to dice neatly. It's suggested as an accompaniment to halibut or shrimp, but I think it would go well with poultry or pork.

    Recipe #460261

    2 Reviews |  By lazyme

    This simple banana condiment is simply delicious: Its fullness of flavor is dependent upon very ripe bananas that are soft and sweet with dark brown or black skins. If you must use slightly green or just ripe bananas, add a little sugar. A hint of cinnamon or allspice is also nice in this chutney. Serve banana chutney with curries or Tofu Bobotie, a welcome complement to fiery West African dishes, or spread on toast for breakfast.

    Recipe #455531

    1 Reviews |  By profken

    Tasty & surprisingly addictive. Use as a side dish or condiment for a traditional Thai meal. Adapted from an old Sunset cookbook.

    Recipe #458624

    1 Reviews |  By Coasty

    Not your usual chutney. This recipe comes from Rarotonga (Cook Islands) and sourced from www.tamarindhouse.co.uk. You can also mix up the fruit combination with papaya, star friut and bananas. Tamarind is sold in blocks in Asian markets. Try and find one without the stones. You can also find tamarind pulp in containers usually with the Thai ingredients. Not quite sure on the final quantity.

    Recipe #457031

    A taste of The Cook Islands, taken from www.tamarind.co.ck and posted for ZWT7

    Recipe #455367

    Found on my mango recipe hunt. Fresh. Great with fish, chicken, corn chips, tacos etc.

    Recipe #453046

    from A Taste of Thai.

    Recipe #308512

    This comes from a Restaurant here in Naples. Delicious stuff with chicken, fish or anything. Posting here for safe keeping. This recipe makes a whole lot. Good in the fridge up to 4 weeks.

    Recipe #401062

    This is a delcious salsa. Its taste is a combination of sweet, sour and spicy flavors. Enjoy this recipe.

    Recipe #410988

    I found this recipe in a circular a long time ago and have adapted it over time. Can’t remember which part of it is part of the original and what parts are my additions. This is a quick and easy side that perks up a basic grilled chicken breast or as a companion to tortilla chips. Sometimes I will top a bed of greens with leftover grilled chicken and this salsa for an easy and flavorful lunch.

    Recipe #131641

    Recipe #452849

    McCormic & Schmick's Tropical Fruit Salsa. It is a wonderful condiment for any recipe you wish to add a light taste.

    Recipe #301747

    From Gourmet magazine, July 2001.

    Recipe #232595

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