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If you are like me and a fan of a small afternoon snack, we have a great recipe to add a little flavour to your sandwich or cheese and cracker (recipe to follow over the coming months)….our garden marrow, apple and onion chutney

Chutney is one of those condiments that does not naturally spring to mind to use as a spread but this little recipe may just change your way of thinking.


2                            Granny Smith apples

1                            Bramley apples

4                            Gala apples

2                            large marrow

300g                    soft brown sugar

300g                    red wine vinegar

2                           onions

150g                     raisins

1 tsp                     mixed spice or to taste


Have a look through your kitchen cupboards, fridge or pantry to see what may also compliment your homemade chutney.



Finely chop onion, apples (with skin on) and marrow (with skin on).

In a stainless steel heavy bottomed pan, place ‘all’ the ingredients together and bring to the boil then simmer for about 1hr+ until the mixture is jam like.  Add raisins and spice towards the end.

Now all that is left to do is enjoy!!

We would love to know how you get on and what your homemade chutney accompanied.

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Post by Dan Mitchell

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