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Jacques Pépin's Pear Chutney

Jacques Pépin's Pear Chutney created by Cook In Northwest

This chutney has a great balance of sweet, savory, sour and fragrant flavors, and is really good with holiday meals. Lasts for weeks in the refrigerator. For best taste, prepare it a few days ahead. From the book, Jacques Pepin Celebrates, 2001. Make sure to have a large jar ready for storing the chutney after cooking.

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1hr 10mins
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  • Grind the allspice, cloves, mustard, coriander and the peppercorns to a powder in a spice-grinder.
  • Transfer to a saucepan, and mix in the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, cover, reduce the heat to low, and boil gently for 30 minutes.
  • Uncover and cook about 20 minutes, until most of the juice has evaporated and the chutney is just moist. Transfer to a jar and cool. Cover and refrigerate. Keeps for weeks refrigerated.
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"This chutney has a great balance of sweet, savory, sour and fragrant flavors, and is really good with holiday meals. Lasts for weeks in the refrigerator. For best taste, prepare it a few days ahead. From the book, Jacques Pepin Celebrates, 2001. Make sure to have a large jar ready for storing the chutney after cooking."
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  1. Cook In Northwest
    I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of the "finely ground" spices. My spice grinder did not get them ground to a "fine" level, so they were pretty significant in the texture. However, the flavor was excellent. I think when I tasted it, the chutney needed to sit for a while for the flavors to blend fully, but it was still good. I put it all in the freezer for future use as a condiment to meat. (I need to get another coffee grinder to devote to spices exclusively.)
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    Jacques Pépin's Pear Chutney Created by Cook In Northwest
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  3. ninja
    This chutney has a great balance of sweet, savory, sour and fragrant flavors, and is really good with holiday meals. Lasts for weeks in the refrigerator. For best taste, prepare it a few days ahead. From the book, Jacques Pepin Celebrates, 2001. Make sure to have a large jar ready for storing the chutney after cooking.
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