A simple pork tenderloin recipe for the slow cooker with flavors of a fancy feast! The roast soaks up the wonderful flavor combination of onion, red wine and garlic, all of which come together to make a beautiful au jus.
I have not tried this recipe. I am adding it here for safe keeping. A friend gave this to me and it is her Grandma Hennig's family recipe. It sounded like a good way to use excess beets from the summer garden. If you make these, please review and let me know if you like them.
This recipe may make about 2 quarts. I double or triple it, depending on my carrot supply from my garden. It must be pressure canned. Do not process/ can with cream added. Add cream only when ready to serve.
This recipe DOES NOT follow USDA canning rules. If this bothers you, do not continue reading. The concern is that the heat may not penetrate into the middle of the quart jars because the soup is thick. However, I (and many others) have canned it for years with no problem.
How will you use your chutney? Serve it alongside vegetarian curries, use it as a dip for pita chips or oven-fried potatoes, or put it to work as a glaze for roasted meats. It is a great sandwich spread or used as a surprise pizza topping. When you need a quick appetizer, simply cover a block of cream cheese with chutney, and break out a box of crackers.
This dressing recipe tastes like traditional stuffing but with some added flavors that will leave the guests asking "What is this that tastes so good?" You must use Granny Smith apples or the flavors will not mingle properly.