Cranberry and Apple Chutney Recipe
Chutneys are easy to make and go brilliantly with cheeses and cold meats. They make fantastic presents and the flavours improve with age!
Add all ingredients to a pan. Bring to a gentle boil then simmer gently until fruit is soft and liquid has almost disappeared. Meanwhile wash your jars with hot water and place upside down in a warm oven to sterilise. Once chutney is cooked, fill jars and seal. Leave to mellow.
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