6 Reviews

Most excellent chutney, Bergy. My hubby is very happy with the results. He'll be just itching to try it out on family and friends. We didn't change a thing in the recipe, but found that we had to simmer it more than 2 hours. Who cares?? THANX!

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Babyoil July 19, 2003

Added some very hot homegrown peppers to this recipe, forgot the chili powder, and it is a very good spicy chutney. Thanks.

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Billy Henson November 05, 2012

I made this last year from our green tomatoes that we picked before the last frost. It is wonderful. I would highly reccommend this as a MUST try.

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Sam Saguaro June 07, 2011

Excellent! My husband loves it, as does everyone who has tried it so far. It's added to my Tried & True recipe folder :-) Thanks for sharing such a great recipe.

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Chef UK September 19, 2008

Loved it, but only after certain adjustments - like reducing brown sugar and boosting "hot" (chili powder) to commercial chili-garlic sauce. Also, I reduced the amt. of apples (Granny Smith) in favor of green tomato flavor. Thanks, Bergy! Always interested in recipes for green tomatoes.

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Foggy Kitchen August 13, 2007

Delicious chutney!!!! My husband and I find it goes especially well with grilled or smoked chicken, turkey, and pork.

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MarionC October 13, 2004
Green Tomato Chutney