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Fragrant Feijoa and Apple Chutney

By Chelsea Sugar
Fragrant Feijoa and Apple Chutney
20 servings
  • 5 reviews

  • Difficulty Easy
  • Prep time 20 mins
  • Cooking time 35 mins
  • Serves
    20
Ingredients

    4 apples, peeled and diced
    12 medium to large ripe feijoas, flesh only
    1 onion, finely diced
    1 teaspoon finely chopped or crushed fresh ginger
    6 whole cloves
    1 teaspoon yellow mustard seeds
    1 teaspoon mixed spice
    1 ½ cups white or cider vinegar
    2 cups Chelsea LoGiCane Sugar or Chelsea Raw Sugar

Method

    Combine apples, feijoas, onion, ginger, cloves and mustard seeds in a large heavy based saucepan and heat gently for 5 minutes until the fruits start to release their juices. Add the vinegar and sugar and stir over a low heat until sugar has dissolved then increase heat and simmer for 20-30 minutes until thick and saucy or desired consistency. Spoon into sterile jars and seal or store covered in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.

    Makes 3-4 cups.

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Reviews

Average Rating
4.55
(5 reviews)


Absolutely beautiful

Looks interesting and delicious. Which is the reason why I'm going to make it. It's quite different from what I usually make. So, I have a question:- How long will this store for.....once it's bottled and sealed? I like to make enough to last a year and to share as well.


CHELSEA SUGAR: Hi there, if bottled in sterilised jars and well sealed, this chutney should last well for 1 year. Make sure you keep it in a cool, dry place!

A BRILLIANT RECIPE.
Shared a jar or two with my neighbours and they were a real ‘hit’
Obviously I’ll be making it up again.
So delicious with Blue vein cheese on a cracker biscuit.

This is a lovely recipe. Just a couple of things to point out, as a first time chutney maker, to other first timers - Dice the Apple up quite small. Also, to Chelsea, we are taught to follow recipes to the letter, this recipe fails to add the mixed spice in the instructions, so I nearly missed putting it in and also does not state that the feijoas should be diced up small too! I reluctantly put mine in whole and had to them stab it all with a knife to chop it up half way through reduction. Otherwise, I love it and am looking forward to sharing jars of it with my family.

Takes a bit longer than stated to reduce to what I liked. About 3 hours or so, but was gorgeous. Not sure if this is shelf stable when properly jar'd up or how long it would last etc.

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