By Sharon123 on November 24, 2002
Photo by Chef*Lee
Photo by Chef*Lee
"A wonderful aroma will fill your home when you make this chutney. An elegant addition to any curry, it is an indispensable side dish for Lentil Sambar. This recipe comes from the Moosewood Restaurant's Low-Fat Favorites cookbook! :)"
Serving Size: 1 (198 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Wonderful chutney!!! Sweet, tangy, and spicy!! I used a serrano pepper so I had some heat with the sweet of the fruit. This recipe filled 2 canning jars so next time I will make more and preserve them for myself and gifts!! I like the flavors of this chutney, thanks for posting!!!"
"This is a wonderful recipe. Used frozen peaches and canned diced green chilies. Substituted<br/>Peach Balsamic for the cider vinegar as it's not quite as strong. Kudos to Sharon 123 for such a fabulous recipe!"
"Love the recipe and also the reviews for alternates, i.e. canned peaches if frozen not available, and being able to use the crock-pot to avoid spillage...wonderful!"
"Delicious on top of the lentil sambal recipe. I have to be careful of sugar so I used 1 cup of apple juice added a little bit of agave nectar. Next time I make it, I think I'll leave the agave out until the end and see if it's still sweet enough for me."
"Very delicious! I made this to serve with cold turkey. Since it was summertime, and I could use fresh peaches it went much better than traditional cranberry. I peeled the peaches by putting them in boiling water for about a minute, the skins came off almost by themselves! I presumed you meant jalapeno peppers, I think another time I might use a little more than 2 teaspoons. The seasonings are really terrific in this chutney. Thank you for a great recipe!"
"Loved it! Easy, tasty - whole house smells great!"
"Excellent Chutney. I just finished making this and just had to taste it. It is great and the smell while cooking is wonderful. I am going to use it later today in an Indian recipe. I didn't have fresh or frozen peaches so used canned. Great flavor."
"Excellent! I must admit that I did not use any peaches this time as they are not quite ready yet this season....just more mango. I will try with peaches when they are in season (didn't have frozen at home). This was the perfect topping for your wondeerful Lentil Sambar. Together they made a meal worthy of any Indian princess!"
"Very good. I tripled this recipe and cooked it in my crockpot on high with the lid cocked to one side for the chutney to thicken. Using a crockpot to cook chutney and fruit butters is a great alternative to stove top cooking as there is no 'molten lava' to bubble out and burn the cook and the sauce/butter does not burn. The cook also has time to assemble everything needed for the canning process and the house smell great all day."
"so good- and the aroma is just beautiful! i made this as part of a christmas hamper for my parents- and the whole jar was gone in less than a fortnight! i had an answering machine full of messages asking for more and some for their friends!! thanks so much!"
"Very easy to make and a perfect accompaniment for curries, roast pork, lamb or chicken. Definitely needs the full cooking time and at least one hour to cool completely."
"This is terrific!!! I've made this several times already and each time I do, my guests rave about it...and *always* ask for the recipe. I'm going to make up several large batches now that fresh mangos and peaches are in season and include it in my christmas gift baskets this year"
"this is fragrant, aromatic, and delicious. it makes about a quart of chutney and i just put it in a tupperware container, it won't be around too long. a keeper for sure"