Total Time
24hrs 15mins
Prep 24 hrs
Cook 15 mins

East meets West in this unique blend of cranberries with other fruits. Makes a nice change of pace from the traditional cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving. Great as a sandwich spread with cream cheese too :)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Bring water and sugar to a boil in a medium saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Add remaining ingredients; return to a boil.
  3. Reduce heat and simmer 15 minutes or until apples are tender.
  4. Pour into a glass mixing bowl (acid foods can react with metal bowls).
  5. Place a piece of plastic wrap directly on chutney.
  6. Cool to room temperature; then refrigerate overnight, covered with plastic wrap, so flavors blend.
  7. Serve at room temperature.
  8. Use as an accompaniment to meats such as turkey or use as a Sandwich spread with bagels plain or with a layer of cream cheese.


Most Helpful

This recipe is so fabulous it made a cranberry lover out of me! I absolutely love the flavour twist on the traditional ingredients! I cut the sugar in half and omitted the raisins. The walnuts are a must.

Miheehee December 24, 2007

This was the best chutney I've ever had - and I don't even really care for it! I did add a teaspoon of orange zest and 1/2 of an orange (diced). YUM! Next Thanksgiving a double batch will do better.

Cindy #8 November 26, 2006

I've been making this recipe since last winter and realized I never posted my review, so here it is: Loved this! I prefer pecans, so I used them instead of the walnuts. I took it to an extended family party at Christmas and it was gone fast - people used it on sandwiches, with their turkey, we poured it over softened cream cheese and the kids scooped it up with crackers and celery, etc. It stores well, I even tried freezing it and it came out OK. I've made several batches of it; this is now our official recipe - no more cranberry sauce from a can! Thanks for sharing it!

kimberli July 09, 2004

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