Chilli and Dried Apricot Chutney
Dried New Zealand apricots are essential to use when making this, or any other dried apricot sauce, chutney or relish as they cook down to a pulpy consistency, whereas the imported Turkish apricots stay whole, making them perfect to add to slow-cooking dishes where you wish the fruit to stay whole. This chutney has all the elements that are required of a good chutney - spicy, sweet and sharp, with plenty of fruit flavour.
- 15 minutes
- 30 minutes
- 1.25 kilograms ( ...
Makes 12 large p ...
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