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Hot Orange Chutney

Hot Orange Chutney created by mliss29

This is a great chutney and makes a large batch which is great for gift giving.

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2hrs 10mins
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  • Grate peel of oranges and lemon. Remove and discard all white pith. Cut fruit into quarters (reserve juices) and chop into cubes, discarding seeds. Peel, core and coarsely chop apples. Transfer all fruit and juice to a large heavy dutch oven.
  • Add remaining ingredients and bring to simmer over medium-high heat. Reduce heat and continue simmering until mixture is thick, about 1 to 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally.
  • Ladle hot chutney into 6 clean, hot pint jars to 1/2-inch from top. Run plastic knife or spatula between chutney and jar to release any air bubbles. Clean rim and threads of jar with damp cloth. Seal with new, scalded, very hot lid. Repeat with remaining jars.
  • Transfer jars to gently simmering (180°F to 190F.) water bath and process for 10 minutes.
  • Let cool on rack. Test for seal. Store in cool dry place.
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  1. z_clarkes3
    can anyone tell me why there are two lots of ginger - 1/4 cup and 1 tblesp?
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  2. harka
    This recipe for Orange Chutney is delightful. Pleasant to the eye and the texture is wonderful. Comment below "Disappointing" could only be because ALL the white membrane of the outer orange and in the middle between pieces was not removed. Very Important because that is very bitter. Remember it is one of the ingredient that you can use to make pectin from. It does take a long time to do that properly but a must. I added Chili because I'm a fan. 1 Habanero to 2 batches temperature Medium to Hot depending on your taste. Harka July 2018
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  3. Rather cook than wa
    Disappointing. I ended up with a very acidic mixture and had to add another bag of sugar to make it edible. I am still not very happy with the flavour. It seems very sharp, lacking depth... not a chutney I am going to enjoy eating.
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  4. mliss29
    I tagged this in Photo Tag because I thought it sounded interesting and I hoped someone around here would like it. I love it! I reduced it to 1 pint and it was so very easy to make. I can see that it would make a great gift. I didn't use red pepper flakes because we are out and it was just spicy enough for me. But spicy-lovers would probably want to add more.
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  5. mliss29
    Hot Orange Chutney Created by mliss29
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