Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Apple, capsicum and raisin chutney


2 apples
1 capsicum or green chillie
1/4 cup raisins
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup vinegar
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup tomatoes (optional)
1 cup pineapples (optional if adding add when the apples are soft and cook for a few minutes longer)

Bring vinegar and brown sugar to a slow boil and then add apples, capsicum, raisins, cinnamon and simmer until the apples are soft in medium to low heat.
Put in a jar and place it in the fridge to serve with rice, rotis or bread.

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38 comments:

  1. Looks great! I bet it would also be good with peaches instead of the apples.

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  2. I too make chuntney like this but never added capsicum.....looks grt...

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  3. This looks like one tangy chutney!
    And I just loved the header image on your blog's home page!
    Cheers

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  4. chutney looks really tempting

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  5. wow interestin combo..what wud you have it with?

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  6. Wonderful combo.. chutney looks yummy..

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  7. Do not know capsicum - must investigate. Love the mixture of flavors in this chutney.

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  8. Capsicum. Huh. I never would have thought of it!

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  9. Fantastic combination of flavors :)

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  10. This sounds delicious - I love the combination of spices and fresh ingredients

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  11. I love chutney and this looks awesome. I must give this a try. THanks for posting it!

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  12. Looks delicious! What a great combination!

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  13. wow!!! those are really tasty looking chutney..a very new combo of chutney to me :) thnx so much for sharing it with us :)

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  14. A delicious combination of flavours!

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  15. sounds delicious...lovely combo of falvours and colours

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  16. That is a lovely and tasty chutney! yumm!

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  17. what a delicious chutney flavor!

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  18. I would love this alongside some grilled chicken. Sounds delicious!

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  19. I bet the capsicum adds some bit of heat to this chutney, hot and sweet is always a delight!

    Bon appetit!
    =:~)

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  20. The perfect pairing. Sweet and delicious.

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  21. Lovely chutney..loved the different combo of the ingredients you used.Nice recipe :)

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  22. Thanks for dropping by and for the sweet words.
    this chutny looks very interesting with sweet sour n hot elements.

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  23. Interesting chutney. I bet it would be fantastic with pork!

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  24. So does the capsicum give it a kick? Interesting combination of flavors! ;)

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  25. What a great idea! I have some flatbread that would be happy to have this spread on top!

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  26. I love the versatility of this chutney! I would definitely be putting it on everything!

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  27. This chutney is super delicious, great combo of apples peppers and capsicum.

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  28. Lovely combination for a chutney, looks unique..

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  29. The chutney looks really good! How long can it last in the fridge?

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  30. Very interesting combination! Wooww!!!! Looks delicious too

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