Looking to make a simple green tomato chutney? Our deliciously easy green tomato chutney recipes are the answer, with tips and reviews from home cooks like you.
This green tomato and apple chutney is the perfect combination of sweet and savoury. Absolutely great with cheese and biscuits or in a hearty ham sandwich.
This sweet green tomato chutney is a great way to use up unripened green tomatoes. Serve this green tomato chutney on sandwiches, with cheese or with your favourite roasted meats for a lovely addition to Sunday lunch.
This is a very tangy and moreish chutney. It has a hint of fresh ginger and apple, once tried you will want more. All my friends and family love it.
If you're thinking of green tomato chutney, you may want to give this green tomato jam a go! I usually make this jam at the end of summer before the first frost to enjoy the last few green tomatoes that will not have time to ripen in my garden. The jam is really good and easy to make!
This delicious, tangy chutney of green tomatoes, onions, peppers and spices is perfect with sandwiches, potatoes, cheese and lots of other things. A jar of this makes a great food gift, too!
For the origin of this recipe please see the notes for Granny's red tomato chutney. It's a great way to use up all those tomatoes that haven't ripened.
This is the only green tomato chutney recipe you will ever need. When I think of chutney, I think of cheese, and this chutney pairs beautifully with a mature hard cheese. Enjoy as part of a ploughman's, a lunch of cold meats or keep it on standby for a pork dish. The options for enjoying this chutney are endless.
This tomato chutney is made with both red and green tomatoes. It is sweet and savoury and a great accompaniment to sandwiches or cold meats.
If you prefer your chutney less spicy, remove the seeds from the chillies, and/or use less chillies.
This very traditional chutney is packed full of green tomatoes and apples. Red chillies give it a little kick while raisins keep it sweet.