Mango Chutney

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Mango chutney is the perfect accompaniment to most Indian meals. Having never made it before I searched high and low for a good recipe. There are lots of variations on how to make mango chutney and I am a big fan of experimenting with flavours. But I came across one particular recipe, which I followed exactly as prescribed.

The result: it is by far the best mango chutney I have ever tasted!

Rather than infringe on any copyright the direct link to the recipe is here.

Some pictures of the process

Mangoes sliced and all ingredients mixed in a pan, before leaving overnight:

Mango Chutney sliced

After simmering for 30 minutes the following day:

Country Captain Chicken

After allowing to cool, poured into jars (filled seven 340-360g jars):

Mango Chutney bottled

After the mango chutney cooled, it solidified slightly and was locked up ready for use:

Mango Chutney complete


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