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Wonderfully delicious chutney - the aroma alone is worth 5 stars! Loved the sweet/tart taste and any time a dish contains cranberries, its a winner for me. I left out the celery and onion salt, but the taste was not affected in any way. This chutney would be great with any meat dish; especially pork, but I am sure there are many more great uses for this chutney. Made for the 1-2-3 Tag, November, 2011.

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Nancy's Pantry November 30, 2011

Easy to make and great taste. The only thing I left out was the onion salt, but that was optional anyway. When done it jelled up nicely. I tasted it when it was warm and when cold. Both is good. This is the first time I have made a chutney but it will not be the last! I am very pleased with the result. Thanks for posting. Made for India -- More Than Just Curries Tag Game -- March 2010.

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Chef Dudo March 11, 2010

I made this for the first time this year (2007) I adjusted it a bit, but it was wonderful!!! I used 1-1/2 bags cranberrys, 1 cup of apples pears and asian pears, also added l cup of water and 1-1/2 cups brown sugar. I also left out the onion salt, and everybody loved it. Good warm or cold!!

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designerchef in Chicagoland, Illinois November 28, 2007

Syd another winning recipe for us! I did use dried cranberries, half the amount of brown sugar, and ground ginger instead of candied. For the water I added cranberry juice cocktail and it added a nice tangy flavor. Didnt add the onion salt as I thought the flavors were great without it. Very easy to make and so good served with grilled chicken breast. Cant wait to make this chutney with fresh cranberries when they are available.

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lauralie41 April 17, 2007
Cranberry Chutney