By Susie D on May 23, 2006
Photo by lauralie41
Photo by lauralie41
"Recipe from Texas chef Dean Fearing of Mansion on the Turtlecreek. He recommends serving it with a barbeque rubbed chicken breast. It is also terrific poured over a block of cream cheese and served with crackers for an easy appetizer."
Serving Size: 1 (134 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"I thought this was a great recipe. Nice refreshing contrast between sweet & spicy, but might add an extra jalapeno next time. DH wasn't crazy about it, too much cinnamon for his tastes but DS totally LOVED it. I think less cinnamon & more jalapeno & we'd all love it equally. I'm really glad I stumbled on this recipe (had peaches that needed to be used up), we'll be making it again. Served today for a quick lunch of grilled chicken & white rice. Thanks for posting, Susie! Made for ZWT5 - Ali Baba's Babes."
"If you like me love the distinct marriage of sweet and spicy paired together in a strangle, complex but wonderful combination, then you will love this one. Used farm fresh white peaches and gave them a quick blanching to make it easier to remove the skins. My one change to the recipe was to add z-Sweet a natural sugar replacement after the chutney was cooked. What I loved about this was the pure freshness of the fruit that you so often don't get in chutney and that it is so low in added sugar. Perfect for this chef and the WW Core program."
"Excellent! I should have doubled the recipe to begin with; my boyfriend took all of it home with him! Will make more of it this week. Thank you for sharing this recipe!"
"Excellent! We ate with chicken tikka masala and naan."
"It was good. I think next time I'll use a little less cinnamon as it overpowered the chutney."
"This is habit forming,can not get enough."
"This chutney is fabulous and deserves way more than 5*! Took no time at all to make, fabulous flavour and was an awesome combo served with Chef Kate's Camarones Guayaquil Recipe #170446 recipe."
"Hurrah! Peaches arrived at the farm market last weekend and this is one of the things we made. I wish I had doubled the recipe. It was being served with grilled chicken and shrimp, but people kept coming and dipping crackers or just plain spoons in it. Great recipe, Susie!"
"This is a must have for your next party, cookout, or picnic! I had a few peaches that didnt make it so only had three to work with. Used one jalapeno, seeded and membrane removed, and half the amount of remaining ingredients. Poured the chutney over an 8 oz. square of cream cheese and served with crackers. Wonderful fresh peach taste and the perfect amount of sweetness to go along with the jalapeno. I enjoyed this while still warm and also after cooled. Thank you SusieD, awesome recipe!"