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Julie's Sorrel Fruit Chutney

This makes a nice, tangy chutney! If you have sorrel in your garden, give it a try! This would be absolutely excellent on fish, or pork, or in sandwiches. Great for when you have an over-abundance of sorrel in your garden. :)

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  • Combine the brown sugar, ginger, vinegars, cranberry juice, red wine, Tabasco, chili powder, ancho, salt, and thyme in a medium saucepan, and cook over low heat for five minutes until the sugar melts.
  • Add the apple, onion, and fresh sorrel and mix well.
  • Cover and cook for an additional five minutes.
  • Removed from heat and chill in refrigerator for at least 3 hours before serving.
  • This chutney can be stored in the refrigerator for 1-2 months.
  • Note: a clove of garlic would be tasty added to this, as well.
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"This makes a nice, tangy chutney! If you have sorrel in your garden, give it a try! This would be absolutely excellent on fish, or pork, or in sandwiches. Great for when you have an over-abundance of sorrel in your garden. :)"
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  1. Julesong
    This makes a nice, tangy chutney! If you have sorrel in your garden, give it a try! This would be absolutely excellent on fish, or pork, or in sandwiches. Great for when you have an over-abundance of sorrel in your garden. :)
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