This Indian-inspired peach chutney is good with all curry dishes and is a good alternative to mango chutney.
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I cannot understand the good reviews that this recipe gets on the allrecipes.com version. I was really disappointed with it and glad I only made a half quantity. The finished item was nothing like chutney and much more like slightly spicy jam with bits of peach in it. Better spread on bread than alongside meat, although rather an odd way to eat it. I shall not be making this recipe again. hopeeternal 'Meanderings through my Cookbook' www.hopeeternalcookbook.wordpress.com - 22 Oct 2010
What puzzled me is where does the 8 hour preparation come in & since when is chutney ready to eat in 10 hours. In my experience....[mind you not long only 40 years!! ] chutney needs far longer that that to mature - 30 Jun 2013
Obviously some mixed opinions here! I must like it as I've made it several times. I have also tried it with plums and it was also very good. With plums - depending on variety - you get a great colour as well. My other variation was to add some chopped walnuts - I like the texture they give. This is a good recipe. Give it a go, I'll be making it again for sure. - 26 May 2017