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    Default Evil Chilli Chutney recipe

    For those of you with a serious glut of chillis try this ...

    1lb chillies (I use red, green, yellow - whatever)
    4 tbsp cumin
    2 tbsp tumeric
    3 tbsp brown sugar
    1 tsp salt
    1 oz grated fresh ginger
    1/4 pint groundnut oil
    1/4 pint white wine vinegar

    Combine all ingredients except the sugar and vinegar in a pan and fry gently for 15 minutes.
    Add sugar and vinegar, cover and boil for 10 minutes stirring occasionally.

    Pot up into hot jars and seal.


    This'll keep for at least 12 months and just keeps getting hotter!
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    Now I like the sound of that!!!

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    I will deffo have a go at this one. I am going to make a selection of chutneys and sweets and give as christmas presents this year.
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    I'm doing the same and, for the chaps, I'm doing the Evil Chilli Chutney, Chilli Jam and Pickled Chillies - a nice hot pressie for the winter months.
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    1lb of chillies!!!!

    Oh my goodness! now that is evil!!

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    Last edited by Wren; 12-10-2008 at 04:56 PM.

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    Default Chilli Chutney

    That's a lot of chillies! I only have half a dozen ready, so I'm making this one:

    Chilli Chutney

    about 7 small chopped chillies
    2 large onions
    100ml of vinegar
    half a teaspoon of garam masala
    4 tablespooons of brown sugar
    1 clove of garlic, crushed
    500 ml of water


    Add all of the contents except the vinegar to a saucepan and bring to the boil. Simmer uncovered for about 30 mins.

    Add the vinegar and simmer with the lid off for a further 20 minutes to reduce down some of the liquid, until you get a thickish consistency (chutney-like). Place in clean sterilised jars, and use within a year.
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    I'm just imagining it made with a lb of choc habaneros One in a kg of plums for jam gives a nice kick, one in a pot of plain yoghurt gives a seriously hot dip....
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    Default Tomato & Chilli Chutney

    Tomato Chilli Chutney

    400ml Red wine vinegar
    400g Brown sugar
    16 ripe tomatoes cut into chunks
    2 red onions chopped
    4 red chillis de-seeded and chopped
    Juice of a lime or lemon
    handful of coriander leaves, shredded (optional)


    Boil sugar and vinegar together.
    Add tomatoes, onion and chilli.
    Cook for 40 mins until soft and thick.
    Remove from heat, let cool a bit, then add juice and coriander.
    Store in sterilised jars.... keeps for a year?
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