Superb! I cut the recipe in half and made exactly as described. I got 2 half pints and 1 pint jar of chutney. Delicious!
This chutney was oh so tasty with our Thanksgiving turkey and it was nice to have extra jars to share with family and friends. My husband says he is going to try some of this as sauce on ice cream. I made only one change: used balsamic vinegar because I did not have tarragon vinegar. Thank you so much Uncle Bill for sharing another well-written recipe that results in a real homemade treat.
I recently served this at a Christmas party, spread over soft cream cheese. It was a hit! I reduced it down and left out the cloves, fresh tarragon, and substituted regular vinegar. Absolutely Yummy! I recieved several requests for the recipe. It was very easy to make. I stored it in a regular container since it was served the next day.
I made this around Thanksgiving 2009 and canned several jars for future use. By Christmas it was all gone! People that claimed to hate cranberries and didn't like cranberry sauce were eating it. I omitted the tarragon as I didn't have fresh on hand. From what I remember I used a combo of golden raisins, currents & regular raisins as that's what was in the cupboard. I didn't use OJ concentrate & used fresh as that's what was in the fridge. I used closer to a tsp of each spice and added some pepper flakes for a little effect. I omitted the nuts as I have eaten & made chutneys from all over the world and have never eaten one with nuts so to me it didn't seem right. Maybe next time I'll be a little more adventurous and add nuts. :)