For a sweet but aromatic apple chutney, try our spiced apple chutney recipes. We have apple and chilli chutney as well as apple chutney with cloves, ginger, cinnamon and more.
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.
An Indian spiced apple chutney to complement your Christmas dinner, sandwiches, wraps or tarts. Enjoy.
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 tasty and colourful apple mango chutney is seasoned with cinnamon, cardamom and chilli. It's so simple and easy to make in an electric pressure cooker, such as an Instant Pot®!
Combine apple and ginger for a delightful chutney with a bit of a kick. This apple chutney uses both fresh and ground ginger.
This spicy and sweet apple chutney is great to serve with a cheese board or as a side to roast pork or pheasant. For best results, allow 2 weeks for flavours to develop and consume within 6 months.
A spicy and flavourful Indian-inspired apple, raisin and date chutney that pairs well with roast meats and rice dishes. It's best if you let the flavours meld in the fridge for a day or two before cooking.
Sweet and spicy, this apple, date and ginger chutney tastes best if you let the flavours meld in the fridge overnight before cooking. Don't worry, it's worth the wait!