3 Reviews

Delicious and so easy to make. Great smell and I will be giving this as gifts! followed the recipe but it took a little longer to cook down and thicken - maybe another 30 minutes. Made just a little over 7 half-pints. Perfect left-over for taste tests. Cannot wait to glaze a ham with this or serve with chicken or turkey.

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morriskl July 15, 2015

This is excellent! I made it according to the recipe. My husband who doesn't like raisins or peppers was eating more and more. We had it with a chicken dish and I'll give it for gifts. It took a longer time to thicken than suggested. I let some of it go for 1 1/2 hours to 2 and it was better than what I canned at 1 hour. Yummy. I also used amazing fresh peaches that are primo.

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mkassier September 23, 2012

This is a delicious chutney, and the house smelled heavenly while making it! I love chutney and when I saw this recipe knew it would be great. Used peaches from our tree, and subbed a red bell pepper for the yellow one, also added a pinch of saffron, otherwise made as written. Am looking forward to serving this with our Thanksgiving bird, and giving some as Xmas gifts, too. Thanks so much Luby, for sharing this wonderful recipe. Made for Preserving Summer Memories in the photos forum.

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BecR August 13, 2009
Peach Chutney