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Green Mango Chutney

a delicious chutney suitable to accompany cold meats (such as my spiced corned beef), curries (particularly good with my lamb & spinach curry) ... well, I hope it will be, this is my first batch, so I am running blind. Will keep you posted as to it's outcome/success.

Green Mango Chutney


Tasting the warm mixture, it's good. Hopefully it will improve with time. I used the pop-top preserving jars available at Woolworths/Coles though watch the lids, they tend to lose their plastic coating over time and can spoil the food contained within the jars. @ $2.80 per jar, toss them when they get like that & buy new ones.
This recipe made 2 ½ large (500ml) jars, so around 1.5L of chutney.
Why doesn't anyone sell Fowler's Preserving Jars anymore???????

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Posted by Philippa WightmanReport
most welcome hg, enjoy!
Posted by hungry girlReport
This looks and sounds amazing Philippa ... I'm going to include it in our mango collection ... hg
Posted by Philippa WightmanReport
My Mum has a Bowen mango tree in her backyard and as we've had a drought here in Brisbane for most of 2009, the mangoes have sent forth their seeds with verve! Downside is the bloody possums have been making midnight raids - taking one or two bites and discarding the fruits, damn waste & a huge shame! She and I have set up bags over lower clusters and a bird net over the main part of the tree, but those sneaky blighters still manage to get to the fruit. We've all but given up on hoping the fruit will make it to maturity and have set about making chutney to outwit the buggers!
Posted by HilReport
Hi Phillippa that recipe looks really good.
I've found this re: the Fowlers Preserving Jars
Posted by Philippa WightmanReport
thanks for the link Hil! What with the burgeoning crop of mangoes, cumquat marmalade & strawberry jam I think I should invest in some decent preserving jars! Many thanks!
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