How to Use Cranberry Orange Chutney
Chutney originated in India, where it is served with almost every meal. According to the San Diego Union-Tribune website, this versatile condiment is now widely served in the West because it combines so well with Western cuisine. Cranberry orange chutney...
This cranberry-orange sauce tastes super-fresh because the cranberries are
simmered briefly and sections of orange are added near the end of cooking.
Mix in cranberries. Cook until thick syrup forms, stirring occasionally, about 10
minutes. Mix in orange; cook 1 minute. Transfer chutney to small bowl; cool.
"After my mother reminisced about the chutney my grandmother made years ago,
I combined a few recipes into this version," explains Charlotte Carlile from ...
I did cut back on the sugar as was in several reviews. I am making it again to serve with duck and wild rice only this time I am going to add a jalepeno pepper to it. It would make a lovely Christmas gift canned in jelly jars with a ribbon around them!
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prep: 50 min total: 50 min Servings: Makes about 3 cups. Cranberry-Orange
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Nov 14, 2012 ... A delicious recipe for a quick cranberry orange chutney that is perfect for
Thanksgiving or serving on turkey sandwiches.
Fragrant and chunky cranberry sauce. Perfect ... This is an absoltely addictive
chutney, with layers of flavor. ... I also added zest of 1 navel orange and the juice.
Red pepper jelly adds a bit of spice to this chutney, while chunky applesauce and
orange zest gives texture and flavor. This spicy chutney pairs well with turkey ...