Dave’s chutney recipes

As a hobby I make chutney – and usually I don’t follow a recipe, I just make it up as I go along, which I like – and usually my chutneys come out quite well. People then ask me what the recipe was to which I have no idea – so I am going to start recording the ingredients used each time on this area in my blog so that I have a record.

Spicy Rhubarb chutney – July 2016

300ml malt vinegar
400g onion
2kg rhubarb
2kg sugar
3tsp ginger
4tsp ground coriander seeds
4tsp ground chilli flakes
1tsp cajun spice
1tsp cinnamon

Plum and Apple Chutney – Sep 2014

250ml white wine vinegar
200ml distilled malt vinegar
1.5kg apples
2.5 kg plums
3 star anise
4 tbs corriander seeds ground
3 tsp mixed spice
3 tsp hot chilli powder
500g sultanas
3tsp ginger
2kg sugar

Spicy Apple and celery chutney – Feb 2014

400ml malt vinegar
1 kg apples
2.5 onions
7 sticks of celery
5 tsp coriander pods ground
4 tsp chilli flakes ground
3 tsp mixed spice
3 tsp ground ginger
500g mixed fruit
700g sugar

Green tomato and apple chutney – Oct 2013

275ml malt vinegar
600g chopped apple
1.2kg green tomatoes
3 onions
2 tbs cardamom pods
2 tbs chilli flakes
3 tsp cumin
2 tsp ginger
2 tsp mixed spice
400g sugar

Sweet pumpkin and apple chutney – Nov 12

250ml malt vinegar
500g chopped apples
3 small onions
3 sticks celery
700g pumpkin
1tsp Jamaican pepper
3tsp garam masala
3tsp cumin
2tsp chilli powder
3tsp ground coriander
2tsp caraway seeds
1.3kg sugar
500g dried mixed fruit

Sweet green tomato and apple chutney – Oct 12

1.4kg green tomatoes
225ml malt vinegar
2 large onions
3 large cooking apples
1.3kg sugar
2tbs ground coriander
3tsp cumin
3tsp caraway seeds
2tsp ginger

Spicy green tomato and apple chutney – Oct 12

1.2kg green tomatoes
225ml malt vinegar
3 small onions
200g mixed fruit
3 cooking apples
1kg sugar
4tbs ground coriander
5tsp mixed spice
3tsp ground ginger
3tsp chilli
2tbs ground cardamon pods

Spicy pear chutney – Sep 12

400ml white wine vinegar
3 heaped tsp ground ginger
2 heaped tsp ground coriander
2 heaped tsp chilli powder
1.2kg chopped pealed pear
3 medium onions
3 large baking apples
1.2kg sugar
500g mixed dried fruit
1tsp salt

Fruity green tomato chutney – Sep 12

300ml malt vinegar
1lb green tomatoes
1 onion
2 tsp turmeric
1 tsp cayenne pepper
3 tsp cumin
2tsp coriander
500g mixed dried fruit
450g sugar

Tangy green tomato chutney – Sep 12

This came out slightly runnier than planned so could have maybe used less vinegar or added some apples.
1lb green tomatoes
350ml malt vinegar
2 onions
3 sticks celery
3tbs ground coriander seeds
3tbs garam masala
1tsp nutmeg
2tsp chilli powder
1tsp cayenne pepper
800g sugar

Apple and celery sweet chutney Sep 12

400ml distiller vinegar
550g chopped apple
1 onion
5 sticks celery
300g mixed dried fruit
1.5tsp turmeric
3tsp cumin
2tsp chilli powder
2tbs ground coriander seeds
900g sugar

Rhubarb & Red onion chutney May12

2lbs rhubarb
4 red onions
8oz pickling vinegar
100ml Balsamic vinegar
4tbs crushed coriander seeds
6tsp ground ginger
1.5 tbs chilli powder
9oz sultanas
1.75lb white sugar
2oz molasses

Spicy Green Tomato and Apple chutney Oct 11

2lbs apples
300ml distilled vinegar
4 sticks celery
4lbs green tomatoes
3tbs crushed corriander
3tbs chilli flakes
2.5tbs ginger
1tbs ground cinamon
1tbs caraway seeds
3lbs sugar
5oz Molasses

Note – I would normally have used a little more sugar but had run out, hence the use of the molasses, however still came out OK

Apple and celery chutney Sep 11

1.1kg peeled and chopped apples
1 clump celery
200g mixed fruit
2 onions
1.6kg sugar
200ml white wine vinegar
2 tbs ground ginger
2 tsp crushed chillis
1 tsp nutmeg
2 tsp Jamaican pepper
2 tsp cumin seeds

Spicy rhubarb chutney Jul 11

750g rhubarb
2 large baking apples
3 Onions
2.2 kg sugar
500ml malt vinegar
2 tbs crushed coriander seeds
1.5 tbs ginger
2 tbs cumin seeds
1 tbs crushed chilli flakes

Plum, apple and apricot chutney Aug 10

850g plums, stoned and chopped
150ml white wine vinegar
350g apple
200g onion
300g brown sugar
200g raisins
200g dried apricots
1tsp caraway seeds
1.5tsp mixed spice

Plum and ginger chutney Aug 10

900g of plums stoned and quartered
100ml white wine vinegar
300g apple
190g onion
2 cloves garlic
150g raisins
80g fresh fennel root
12 cardomom pods
6 cloves
3 tsp ground Ginger
1tsp chilli flakes
1tsp nutmeg
450g sugar
1tsp salt

12 Responses

  1. Love it, Dave! Technology & chutney advice all in one place! Love it!

  2. These look great i have a brillinat one for Churney in the raw if you are interested, its a bit like pickali (but better)

    • Hi Mandy, good to hear from you. Yes – always interested in other recipes if not too much trouble.

      • Chutney in the Raw (makes approx 9lb)

        VEGETABLES
        1 Marrow – peeled and cored, then cubed
        1 cucumber – cubed
        3 large carrots – grated
        3 onions – grated
        1 cauliflower – separated in small sprigs

        Preparation

        • Prepare vegetables and place them in a large bowl

        • Sprinkle 10 oz of salt over the vegetables and add 5 pints of water, soak overnight

        • Rinse the vegetables under running water, press out the water.

        SAUCE
        3oz flour
        ½ oz curry powder
        1 ½ oz mustard powder
        ½ oz tumeric
        2 pints malt vinegar

        • Put all of the dry ingredients into a saucepan
        • Blend in the vinegar a little at time (as in making a sauce), bring to the boil.
        • Add 1 ¼ oz sugar and thicken for 5 minutes.
        • Add the vegetables and boil for 5 minutes.
        • Pot.

      • Thanks for this – I’ll give it a try at some point.

  3. Hi Dave, great idea, I too make chutney, so glad I found your blog of recipes. Hope you are well?
    Louise

  4. can someone please tell me – are these recipes the 3-4 hour open simmer type or the 45 minute quickie type that i see on the net?? sorry – am new to this. sitting surrounded by boxes of pears in Devon! Paul

  5. Nice one

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