Tuesday, 29 January 2008


This is a favourite of ours and all our families and even friends. I make loads of it - not that we eat that much but it is lovely to have lots to give away through the year. We never eat any other chutney now.

1 kg ripe peaches, peeled, stoned and sliced

250g dates, chopped

275g onions, chopped

500g sugar

125g crystallized ginger, sliced

250ml tarragon vinegar (or white vinegar and a bit of tarragon or other herb)

125ml malt vinegar

Mix all ingredients except the peaches in a large, heavy pot. Cook for 30 minutes, stirring frequently. Add the peaches and continue cooking for about 20 mins more or until well blended and thickened (you may need to mash a little with a potato masher).

Makes about 5 jars of various sizes.

1 comment:

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Well it's not quite peach season in the states but when it is I want to make this chutney although I would have to add some peppers too. When you visited my blog you inquired about tags. Well, I've tagged you! I hope you have fun with it. I had fun pointing people to your blog where you bottle instead of can. It's wonderful.