2 Reviews

This is a nice basic chutney that lends itself to adaptation to different fruits. I don't really like apricots, so I used a cup of cranberries, an apple and a clementine. I had to add some extra sugar because of the tartness of the cranberries, but other than that I stuck to the recipe, adding the optional crushed red pepper. Thanks for sharing!

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pattikay in L.A. November 10, 2007

EXCELLENT! Homemade chutney is something I've never made...I guess I thought it was a whole lot harder than this! I used frozen aprium halves from my tree. I used 1/4 cup Splenda brown sugar blend and it was very sweet...I may half it again next time. I used the rice wine vinegar and didn't add any chili peppers. I would suggest removing the whole spices at the end or you might bite into one and have instant fresh breath like I did. LOL. This is a definite KEEPER recipe that I will make fresh for all of my Indian theme meals! Made for the Zaar tag game.

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Engrossed November 08, 2007
Asia Nora Apricot Chutney