Red Onion Chutney

A sweet chutney with a little bite. For a more adult flavour you can replace the cranberry juice for red wine This is a simple one pot recipe, try adding dried fruit such as raisins or apricot to your chutney.

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  • Heat oil on a low heat in a large saucepan or saute pan, and add the garlic and ginger, fry for a few minutes but do not let the garlic burn.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients stir well and bring to the boil.
  • Lower the heat and simmer for approx 30-40 mins, until reduced to a sticky consistency.
  • Transfer to a sterilised lidded jar and allow to cool.
  • Use in salads and on sandwiches, this chutney tastes great on cheese salad sandwich with wholemeal or seeded bread.
  • The quantities above wil make enough to fill a large lidded glass jar or seelable contailer.
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    A sweet chutney with a little bite. For a more adult flavour you can replace the cranberry juice for red wine This is a simple one pot recipe, try adding dried fruit such as raisins or apricot to your chutney.
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