How to Make Spiced Apple Chutney

by The Didsbury Baker

This chutney is easy to make and goes well with cheese and cold meats. It will keep for a year and can be given away as presents too!

Supplies

  • 225 Grams Onions chopped
  • 900 Grams Apples. Peeled and cored
  • 110 Grams Sultanas
  • 15 Grams Ground coriander
  • 15 Grams Paprika
  • 15 Grams Mixed spice
  • 15 Grams Salt
  • 340 Grams Granulated sugar
  • 425 Milliliters Malt vinegar
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    This chutney will make your whole house smell amazing whilst it's cooking. And it's so easy to make.

    Step 2

    Peel and core your apples. And chop into 1cm size chunks

    Step 3

    Peel and slice your onions or shallots

    Step 4

    Add apples, onions and raisins to a large pot

    Step 5

    Add the spices and salt

    Step 6

    Add the vinegar

    Step 7

    Bring to a boil and mix everything together until the sugar dissolves

    Step 8

    Reduce to a simmer and cook for about 1.5 hours. When you can draw a wooden spoon along the base of the pot without the space filling with liquid, the chutney is ready

    Step 9

    Fill sterilised jars with the chutney. It will keep for a year unopened. You can give them away as Christmas presents too! Enjoy!