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Pickle and Chutney Recipes

  • Apple and Tomato Chutney - A nice fruity chutney with a hint of ginger
  • Banana Chutney - A very mild fruity chutney with a hint of curry
  • Blackberry and Apple Chutney - A microwave recipe for using those blackberries you picked on your day out in the country
  • Cranberry Chutney - Thanksgiving and Christmas would not be complete without this delicious chutney to accompany the cold turkey
  • Date-Chutney - Appetizing chutney for those who fancy something different
  • Gooseberry Chutney - A very popular chutney with a hint of natural sharpness
  • Indian Mango Chutney - This is the ancestor of all our chutneys. The word chutney originates from the Hindustani, 'chatni': this is not for the faint-hearted!
  • Marrow and Ginger Chutney - Delightful taste of ginger in this tasty marrow chutney
  • Mint Chutney (uncooked) - The prefect partner to cold lamb this mint chutney requires no cooking
  • Green Tomato Chutney - Great way of using those late summer tomatoes the just won't ripen
  • Chow-Chow, (Chinese Piccalilli) - Chow-Chow is a thick piccalilli of Chinese origin: it's outstanding characteristic is not only that it always contains celery, but that you probably have the only one available for consumption in your neighborhood
  • Spanish Pickle - Spanish recipe for using green tomatoes, similar to chutney but not so mushy
  • Piccalilli - A deliciously sharp mustard pickle packed with mixed vegetables
  • Pickled Eggs - Pickled eggs that are just great with cheese or cold meat
  • Pickled Onions - Try this recipe for pickled onions and you'll never buy shop ones again
  • Pickled Red Cabbage - Nice, spicy recipe for an old favorite
  • Orange Pickle - Next time you make a ploughman's lunch try this orange pickle, it's ideal with cheese
  • Mustard Pickle - A nice blend of vegetables in a hot mustard pickle
  • Pickled Peaches - Delicious pickled peaches with a hint of cinnamon and cloves
  • Sweetcorn Mustard Pickle - A quick and colorful microwave recipe for a delicious sweetcorn pickle
  • Tomato Sauce - Nothing beats a good home-made sauce like this one that's free of all artificial flavouring and colouring
  • Quick Tomato Sauce - A super sauce that can be made in minutes
  • Cucumber and Yogurt Sauce - Appetizing low-fat sauce that is a charming accompaniment to that most popular of Greek snacks, Gyros
  • Pickled Cucumbers - Great way of preserving all those surplus cucumbers from your garden
  • Beetroot Pickle - A spicy beetroot pickle that is an ideal accompaniment to cold meat
  • Runner Bean Pickle - An excellent way of preserving those runner beans that seem to come all at once
  • Sweet and Sour Cucumber - Try this palate pleasing accompaniment to your cold meat meal
  • Red Cabbage Pickle - A no-cook way of making a red cabbage pickle that will keep for up to six months
  • Pickled Pears - Spicy pear halves in a cider vinegar pickle, scrumptious with cold meats
  • Lemon Chutney - A tasty, tangy chutney that's a great accompaniment to a curry
  • Mild Plum Chutney - A pleasantly mild chutney with a subtle hint of cinnamon and ginger
  • Rhubarb Chutney - A nice sharp chutney with a hint of curry that keeps well
  • Runner Bean Chutney - Make the most of your glut of runner beans by bottling this delicious chutney



Recipes by Alwyn Jones © 2000 and web pages designed by R. Barry Jones © 2000