I was a chutney virgin before making this. My English in-laws swore it was the best way to use up the end-of-summer tomatoes. So, I found this recipe and boy am I glad! I have already made a second batch. Everyone who has tasted it has raved about it. Thank you so much for sharing this! (P.S. I did it with the balsamic vinegar.)
Yum. I used canned tomatoes and it was fab. I can't wait to try it again in a few days after the flavors have developed even more. Thanks!
I never made a chutney before so I was surprised how much I liked this and how easy it was to make. I served it over steamed veggies yesterday and chicken. Made for ZWT 3!
Oh gosh you have a winner here Sharon! I strongly suggest to make this days in advance, the flavors take on a whole different kick! I made this over the weekend and it had nearly vanished, I plan to make it again very soon, I did do some minor amount adjustments, this stuff is fabulous! thanks for sharing hon!...Kitten:)
Yuumm! I am a huge chutney fan and I'm always looking for new and different recipes for it. This one is sweet, tart, slightly zingy and very tasty. By the time it cooked and thickened, it was down to about 2 cups instead of 3-1/2, but the taste was wonderful. Thank you for sharing this keeper recipe.