Apricot and Lime Chutney/Relish

i have an over excited fruit tree out the back and i made this up. quite tasty

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2hrs 45mins
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directions

  • Score the apricot skin and soak in boiling water (to remove skin).
  • remove skin.
  • remove seeds.
  • place in a pot with sugar.
  • slice onion and place in pot.
  • bring to boil.
  • add all remaining ingredients.
  • season to taste.
  • reduce till very thick and syrupy (slow simmer).
  • for a perfect consistency i blended this- you could leave it chunkier if you wanted to.
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  1. Sydney Mike
    I didn't even consider using fresh apricots for this recipe but rather used almost 2 pouds of dried apricots instead! I quartered them before using & then went on to follow the recipe right on down! I seasoned it with lemon pepper rather than the usual S&P, then let it cook down & thicken for about 25-30 minutes! After it cooled a little, I used my trusty potato masher on about half of it & left the rest kind of chunky, which we like! VERY, VERY NICE TASTING CHUTNEY, & I'd like to make it again in another 4-5 months when I can get some nice fresh apricots to use! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in New Kids on the Block tag]
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  2. DanielFowler
    i have an over excited fruit tree out the back and i made this up. quite tasty
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