Spicy and sweet - ginger, garlic, chilli powder and Madras curry paste are just a few of the ingredients in this tomato chutney. Best made with tomatoes fresh from the garden.
Very nice. Didn't use the curry paste out of choice, but it works fine without. The ginger and sultanas came through really nicely. I didn't skin my toms (home grown cherry toms - loads of them) but it is worth taking the time. Also, didn't puree mine, chopped everything roughly as I like it chunky. Great recipe. Fantastic with a good cheddar. - 17 Oct 2011
I made this exactly to the recipe apart from using 1 rounded tablespoon of curry powder as paste was not available. It is beautiful, one of the best I've made! It would be helpful to give an aproximate amount to expect (I made about 1800 grams or 4 x450 gram jam jars). Also how long will it keep as I would love to make more of this, no mention of it improving (if it is possible to improve) the longer you keep it as with most other chutney recipes. - 21 Aug 2013
Lovely but maybe a tad too sweet. Next time I will use a bit less sugar. - 05 Sep 2012