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I have so many tomatoes in my garden this year. I have dehydrated, canned, frozen, made sauce, made more sauce and eaten so many! I wanted to do something different with a few pounds of them before I just started giving them all away! Something that I had never made, but that I thought would really enhance my winter collection of canned goods. I settled on making a chutney! My love of hot curries, stinky cheese and roasted veggies make having chutney around in the winter a real treat. So I searched for the right recipe online. Here in the Okanagan, apples in September are NOT hard to find. In fact, there are so many types of apples that the hard part is figuring out which ones will taste right with which recipe. I found a recipe at AllRecipes.ca that I thought would be perfect for my existing ingredients, though I am physically unable to leave a recipe alone. I just had to change it a teeny bit.
Here is the original ingredient list with my changes in brackets:
This recipe is a special treat to serve with rich curries, cheese and nice bread.
~ Enjoy ~
Very nice post, great recipe !!
I had dried goji berries in my press from ages ago, the expiration date is july 08, are they
well passed their date or does it matter for dried fruit?.
How did you keep them? In the freezer or your cupboard?
My ‘mature’ goji’s are not quite so old… 2010 I think… stored in a coolish but room temp dark pantry
Well, they should be ok. Did you taste them? They shouldn’t be mouldy, but they might be stale.
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