Find aromatic and easy apple chutney recipes to make the most of local, in-season apples. We have an array of recipes for perfectly spiced apple chutney, including Indian apple chutney and more.
This makes a large batch of sweet and spicy chutney - great for sharing with neighbours and friends at Christmas! Spicy and sweet, this delicious chutney goes well with breads, cheeses and chicken.
This recipe was created by me as an experiment to re-create a yummy chutney I had sampled elsewhere . . . but I ended up making something far tastier! The apples combined with sugar and balsamic vinegar give a great taste, which works perfectly as an accompaniment to cheese, particularly Cheddar. Add this sauce to a cheese sandwich and be prepared to melt with satisfaction! This recipe uses estimated measurements as I always cook by taste and consistency, so feel free to add your own tweaks!
If you love onion chutney and apple chutney, you'll love this combination! Another one of my favourite chutneys, which is excellent on sandwiches or with roast meats.
For those who like spicy chutney, this apple chutney is full of chilli for extra bite! You can add more or fewer chillies to taste.
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.
Chutneys are great for preserving fresh, seasonal produce when it is cheap and in plentiful supply. They're also a good way to use up bruised or squashy fruits.
An Indian spiced apple chutney to complement your Christmas dinner, sandwiches, wraps or tarts. Enjoy.
A delightful apple chutney that pairs really well with roast pork, turkey, chicken and meat. A perfect balance of sweet and tart.
This easy apple chutney is a great companion for so many dishes - from sandwiches to pork chops. It is a sweet and tart apple chutney that is gorgeously spiced. Best made when local apples are in season.
This lovely chutney is not as sweet as the usual cranberry sauce. It benefits from a delicious bite of root ginger, which becomes more pronounced as the chutney rests. Delicious on leftover turkey sandwiches!