Pumpkin Chutney

Pumpkin Chutney created by Hannamaija S.

This tasty and and long keeping chutney goes with almost all cold meats, cheeses and curries. very interesting alternative to the usual run of the mill chutneys.

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1hr 45mins
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  • Put all of the ingredients, EXCEPT FOR THE SUGAR AND SALT, in a large pan. Bring to the boil, reduce heat and simmer till pumpkin is tender.
  • Add the sugar and salt, return to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer again for one hour till the mixture is thick.
  • ladle the chutney into hot sterilised jars and seal.
  • Ready to eat in four weeks and will keep for 2 years.
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"This tasty and and long keeping chutney goes with almost all cold meats, cheeses and curries. very interesting alternative to the usual run of the mill chutneys."
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  1. Hannamaija S.
    Pumpkin Chutney Created by Hannamaija S.
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  2. Hannamaija S.
    Hi, I have a large vegetable garden with numerous apple trees, always on a lookout for new things to make. I made this two years ago for a christmas food market. Since I hadn't got enough ginger, I was going thru my spice shelf and found some star aniseed. Tossed5-6 in my mix hoping it wouldn't ruin it. I sold out as everyone who tasted thought it was divine! I have again a huge creuset pan boiling on the hob, already looking forward to those winter evenings with a lentil curry, fresh bread and this heavenly chutney!
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  3. Hannamaija S.
    Added star aniseed!
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  4. Artandkitchen
    I enjoyed very much this chutney in JustJanS house. Jan is a great chef and she did great choice preparing this and offering this to her guests.<br/>It was so good that we almost used the whole jar.<br/>I will prepare this at home as well and I will probably use this especially as sidedish to roasted pultry.
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  5. PaulaG
    Can not wait for it to age. The aroma while cooking was amazing and yes I licked the spoon. The recipe made a little over 3 pints. It was ladled into hot jars and processed in a water bath as per my Extension Service recommendations. Thanks for posting. I look forward to some good eating.
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