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Golden Gossip Chutney - anyone made it?

Posted by nancedar z7NC (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 18:20

My peaches were not as plentiful as in previous years so I was looking for another chutney when I saw this on the Bernardin website. The basis of it is carrots. All the usual spices but also a tad bit of tomato paste, plus apples, dates, and malt vinegar instead of cider vinegar. Not sure what the final taste would be though anything with ginger, spice, and mustard seeds suits me for chutney. So, have you made this and did you like it?

Nancy


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RE: Golden Gossip Chutney - anyone made it?

So did you make it Nancy? I guess no one else has tried it but it does sound good and the dates would be a new ingredient for me. How did it turn out?

Dave


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RE: Golden Gossip Chutney - anyone made it?

The post disappeared but here I am a year later with the results. I used apple cider vinegar instead of malt vinegar to be gluten free, used 2 orange habanero instead of the "2 small red peppers" because I thought it needed some more heat. I am about to make it again tomorrow because it was so good. DD likes is on pork tenderloin and DH likes it on cream cheese like you'd do with pepper jelly. I like it as a condiment on cold chicken sandwiches. My friend eats it mixed with olive oil and a dash of lemon for her salads. The dates give a chewy sweet but not plain ol' raisin taste to it. It is really tasty and if you are still curious a year later - yeah, go for it. I'm making a double batch because DS and DDIL want a ton of it for side spike to their fish dishes.
Nancy


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