Within a matter of weeks, the foodie holidays will impinge upon our dining room tables and wallets. Thanksgiving, quickly followed by Christmas, means lots and lots of savory meats like turkey, ham, and chicken.
While you could purchase pre-canned cranberry sauce and serve them alongisde these meats, homemade chutney is so much more flavorful. Check out this video to learn how to prepare a spiced apple chutney.
Taste, texture and aroma are the stars of Sherri Brooks Vinton's chutney. Made with juicy baking apples (Cortlands suggested), apple cider vinegar, dark brown sugar, onions, raisins, garlic, fresh ginger, mustard seeds, curry powder and allspice, the ingredients speak for themselves in this how2heroes video. Simmer 45 minutes and you'll have a delicious and fragrant relish to serve with your entrée, especially pork and turkey dishes. Or "put 'em up," as Sherri suggests and follow the HOW-TO instructions in the recipe to store the chutney for up to 1 year.