Chutney originates from India and is made from combining fruit or vegetable with spices, an acid and a sweetener. Rather than sugar, the main preservative in chutneys is vinegar. All of our chutneys take several hours to cook and should be allowed to mature for at least six weeks before eating to allow the flavours to blend and mellow, producing the characteristic rich fruity flavour. We use granulated or soft brown cane sugar in all of our chutneys and do not add any artificial flavours, preservatives or sweeteners.

Our chutneys have a best before date one year from the date of production and will be fine kept in a cupboard, larder or other cool, dark, dry place for many months; once opened they should be refrigerated and used within 3-4 weeks.

All our chutneys are 227g.

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  • Caramelised Onion Chutney

    Caramelised onions make a wonderfully versatile chutney that works as well with burgers or sausages as it does with a lovely strong cheddar cheese. This would be a great accompaniment to a ploughman’s lunch.
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  • Courgette Chutney

    Our courgette chutney is made following my grandmother’s recipe and was developed many years ago one year when there was a glut of courgettes in the garden. This award winning chutney is not too highly spiced, so works well with milder cheeses.
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  • Green Tomato Chutney

    There are many recipes for green tomato chutney available and our family recipe is spiced with mixed spice and the fruity element is added by sultanas; a lovely chutney to have with a ploughman’s lunch.
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  • Pumpkin Chutney

    This has got to be our best-selling chutney. Pumpkin doesn’t have much flavour on its own, but makes beautiful chutney. This award winning chutney contains approximately 1cm cubes of pumpkin, which give a bit of texture to the preserve, accompanied by a lovely blend of three spices: allspice, ginger and garlic.
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