Apple Chutney

Flavor Profile

Unlike apple sauce, chutney is tangy from vinegar and savory from onions, making it an excellent accompaniment for strong meats. It's a savory treat, it's picante, tart, sweet, and spicy. You can taste the spices, but they don't overpower the fresh and vibrant apple flavor. Chutney is a relish that originated in India where the tradition of mixing spices, fruits, and vegetables is credited with creating sensational regional delicacies. We respect this age-old collaboration between sweet and savory and worked hard to perfect all of our truly authentic tasting chutney recipes. This delectable Apple Chutney is full of sweet, ripe carefully roasted apples and a wonderful array of flavorful herbs and spices. With layers of robust flavor, this artfully crafted and savory combination of spices, sweet brown sugar, apples, onions, and bits of currants is a versatile pantry essential. Perfect for making quick appetizers, sauces, or enjoying with cheese.

Good Source of Vitamin C, Fat-Free, Saturated Fat-Free, & Cholesterol Free

Pairs well with Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Asti Spumante, Bardolino, Bourgueil, Cabernet, Champagne, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminer, Light Red Wines, Madeira, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Rioja, Sancerre, Tawny Port, White Zinfandel

Suggestions for Uses

  • Excellent with rotisserie chicken or a pork roast

  • Delicious alongside venison, lamb, or duck

  • Serve it with prosciutto-wrapped pork tenderloin

  • Use it to spice up your pork chops

  • Pour it over soft cheese or alongside sharp white cheddar or smoked gouda cheese on a cracker or pita chips for a cocktail party

  • Add it to turkey sandwiches

  • Mix it with some salsa to create a dip and have it with tortilla chips

  • Mix it in with traditional bread dressing/stuffing

  • Mix with a bit of mayo for a spread to go on a ham and cheese sandwich or omit the mayo and make a grown-up grilled cheese instead

  • Dip for latkes

  • Pair with Indian-style curries like korma, pasanda, madras, or vindaloo

  • Marinate sweet potatoes and winter squash before roasting

  • Serve with poppadoms or naan bread or samosas

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