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This isn't just for ham! I served this alongside a baked chicken. I did halve the horseradish, and it was still "hot" enough for us. Amazing taste! Plain ole cranberry sauce pales beside this! Will use this again with ham and turkey. Thanks, Lorac!!

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MizzNezz May 25, 2002

This was really wonderful. I served it on the side of Baked Glazed Ham with Raisins. It is really spicy, which I enjoyed. I would suggest for the fainter hearted that you halve the horseradish and add from there to your taste!

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Tish April 01, 2002

I have never had Chutney before, but this was good. My hubby who hates cranberries thought it was really good. And it was pretty spicy, so I also add to cut the horseradish in half, but thanks for the recipe!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ September 02, 2002

This is a most wonderful recipe! My husband who detests horseradish raved of this...Used as a side dish for the ham I cooked.

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Roberta Lynn May 02, 2002

We had this chutney with our Christmas Day Ham. Everyone absolutely loved it and Hubby is still raving about it. I made the recipe exactally as written. Totally recommend this very tasty chutney.

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Jewelies January 25, 2004

I served this with ham and received rave reviews! I will be serving it at Easter this year with the utmost confidence to a houseful of guests.

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LainieBug April 01, 2004

An excellent, spicy chutney! Served it at Easter dinner and received requests for the recipe. We have also used it for leftover ham sandwiches, and plan to use it for leftover turkey sandwiches.

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Neta April 23, 2003
Cranberry Chutney for Ham