About this recipe: I have a passion for sweet and sour combinations of food. Having inherited a greenhouse with in excess of 100 tomatoes and chillies I have made a number of chutneys and this to me is amazing and I have it with Indian food as well as cheese and salads. Neighbours and friends are complimentary. I love it as an alternative to mango chutney.
This can be adjusted for 'heat' according to taste. I don't like overly hot food so I have made it to suit my palette. Much depends on the chillies you use. Remember you can always add while making-but not take away!
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Hi this recipe looks amazing and the reviews are good I can't wait to try it out for my Christmas hampers!.... I'm wondering how long can it will last so long as it's in sterilised jars and sealed properly Thank you Emily - 27 Oct 2015
I am pleased that you liked it. I must say that my friends have devoured the first batch. It's the best I have made! I also do a mango one which I must post as I love Mango chutney and it knocks the ones that you buy off the shelf for six. - 11 Dec 2014
thought I would give this one a go...and your right two chilli peppers is all you need if you just want that bit of warmth, the taste is out of this world, managed to make 5 190ml jars full out of this.......great recipe, cheers.... - 20 Oct 2015