We had some marrow, kiwis, and a couple of tomatoes that needed using up so I made some chutney and based it on the spicy courgette chutney that @Hari Ghotra gives on the website. It's turned out really tasty.

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Matthew Doye
over 1 year

Thanks @Hari Ghotra it's spicy and just a little sweet, more like a sweet pickle. I've only made the preserved kind of chutney twice before, they were from Sri Lankan recipes and were much sweeter, more jam like, and very spicy.

Sue Geen
over 1 year

@Max more details 😁

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

You can pretty much make acharr from anything apples to Rhubarb.
Approx 200g of ingredient standard recipe is
2-3 tbsp Oil (mustard oil if you want)
1tsp mustard seeds,
1/2 tsp fenugreek seeds,
6 curry leaves
1/4tsp aseofetida
1tsp cumin seeds
1tsp kalonji seeds
2tsp fennel seeds (optional)
toast then add chopped rhubarb with 4 garlic cloves chopped,
7cm ginger,
1/2 turmeric,
1 to 6 chillies,
1tsp salt
1 tbsp Brown sugar / jaggery
cook till soft and put into clean jars
Should keep for month or so.

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

Hi @Matthew Doye they look amazing! Did it come out sweet and spicy??

Max
over 1 year

Could you please publish the Rhubarb recipe @Damian Gr... or Hari?

Matthew Doye
over 1 year

Sounds delicious, I love rhubarb.

Damian Green
over 1 year

Rhubarb Achar it was called Mmmmm

Damian Green
over 1 year

@Hari Ghotra gave me a recipe idea to use Rhubarb in a chutney and it was awesome. You’d never have guessed there was rhubarb in it but the depth of flavour Oh My God!

Matthew Doye
over 1 year

https://www.harighotra.co.uk/courgette-chutney-recipe