Apricot and Apple Chutney is a thick and chunky sweet preserve packed full of fresh and dried fruit. Serve it with cheese and cold meats, it is also delicious with curry as an alternative to mango chutney.
A passion for Apricots
I have a passion for apricots. I like them fresh and I like them dried and I particularly like the sweetness they bring to jams and chutneys.
I have my own apple tree so come August and September I have plenty of apples to make a preserve. However, this recipe only needs two large apples and you can use cooking apples or eating apples.
Serving Suggestion for Apple and Apricot Chutney
Serve the Apple and Apricot chutney with cheese or cold meats. It is also a perfect alternative to mango chutney to serve with a curry.
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I’m entering the Apricot and Apple Chutney in the Home made and well preserved challenge at A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate
- 150 g dried apricots chopped
- 225 g chopped peeled apples (about 2 apples)
- 180 ml vinegar
- 40 g sultanas or raisins
- 2 cloves garlic peeled and finely sliced
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp chilli flakes
- 200 g granulated sugar
- In a large stainless-steel pot combine fruit, vinegar, raisins, garlic, salt and chilli flakes, stir well.
- Bring to the boil.
- Next, turn the heat down to low, cover the pot and simmer for about 10 minutes, or until the apricots have plumped up.
- Stir in sugar and return to a simmer, cook uncovered, stirring until the mixture is thickened.
- Sterilise your jars by rinsing in very hot water, then baking upside down in a low oven until the steam has evaporated.
- Ladle the chutney into the jars and let it cool a little before covering with a screw top lid.