Apple and Tomato Chutney

Amazing Apple and Tomato Accompaniment
Amazing Apple and Tomato Accompaniment
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2 pounds Apples peeled, cored and sliced
2 cups Water
1 tbsp Mustard seed
2 pounds Tomatoes sliced
1 Onion large, chopped
1 clove Garlic chopped
½ cup Golden raisins sultanas
¾ cup Sugar white
5 tsp Curry powder
1 tsp Cayenne pepper
4 tsp Salt
2 ½ cups Malt vinegar

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Apple and Tomato Chutney


This amazing Apple and Tomato Chutney is just a dream. This recipe takes some time to create, as all good chutneys do, so ensure you allocate 3 hours to the simmering process.

With a delicious combination of sweet apples, tomatoes and sultanas and flavored with spicy mustard, onions, garlic, curry powder and cayenne pepper – this accompaniment can complete an entire dish with just one teaspoon full.

To make Apple and Tomato Chutney, you will need the following ingredients:

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So, how to make Apple and Tomato Chutney?

Steps to make Apple and Tomato Chutney


Cook apples


In a large saucepan, bring the apples and 2 cups water to a boil, then reduce heat and cook, stirring occasionally for 25 minutes until apples have softened. If needed, add more water to keep the apples simmering.


Add mustard seed


Wrap the mustard seed into a cheesecloth and place inside the saucepan with the apples.


Add remaining ingredients


Add the tomatoes, onions, garlic, sultanas, sugar, curry powder, cayenne pepper, salt and vinegar and mix until the sugar has dissolved through.


Thicken mixture


Bring the saucepan to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer, stirring occasionally for 3 hours until a thickened chutney forms.


Remove the mustard seed


Remove the cheesecloth with mustard seed, and discard.



Seal chutney in sterile bottles or serve cooled.

Are you looking to dress up your dish? Then you should definitely try this Apple and Tomato Chutney, it’s gives the best flavor combination to any plate of your choice. Try it at home and let us know what you think and tag #cookmerecipes on your own pages and posts online!

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Thanks for your question BT. Yes, you just seal the cooked chutney in sterilized bottles or jars. Wait them to cool and then store in the cupboard.


Hi Athena :)
I can't wait to try this recipe - it sounds delicious! When your instructions say "seal chutney in bottles", can I just pour it into a clean jar and put it into the cupboard, or do I need to boil, sterilize, etc?

Sandy A. Barton

This is delicious. I don't like things too spicy but this chutney has a delicious sweetness with the spicyness which is great. Will make again. Thanks for sharing.


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I just made this chutney and have never made one before. It is absolutely delicious, well worth the effort. Will definitely make again. I put the tip of a teaspoons worth of green chilli in it. Not liking anything to hot, this is great, spicy with a delicious sweetness. Love it. Thanks. If it’s ok, I will keep this saved.

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