Top Rated Chutney Recipes

Green Chutney
The chutney that is served in the film Midnight's Children would be made fresh every day, by hand: a stunning hit of fresh herbs spiked with green chiles and tart with lime juice. In India there are as many recipes for these kinds of homemade chutneys as there are cooks. This is a very flexible and easy recipe from Vimla Mehta, my mother. A delicious family favorite. This chutney can be assembled in a flash, using a food processor, or ingredients can be minced by hand. Green chutney is always a welcome addition to a meal — with rice, as a dip for deep-fried pakoras or Indian breads, or as a condiment sauce for grilled meat or fish.
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Serve this with a perfect Scotch egg
This recipe is courtesy of Tom Parker Bowles, author of Fortnum & Mason: The Cookbook.(For the Fortnum & Mason Scotch Egg recipe, click here.)
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Chutney
Making chutney has been a past-time of mine for a while now, and having a way to use my over-ripe fruit makes it all the more rewarding. Chutney is verstile, so if you like something a little less spicy feel free to adjust it. It's a fantastic way to try out new spices.
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Mango Chutney
This mango chutney is the perfect condiment to serve with tacos or on top of grilled steak or chops. It's well spiced and really lets the natural tropical flavor of the fruit shine.
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Created by Jane Delaney, founded of eMeals, this chutney recipe is an easy, make-ahead dish to keep on hand whenever a side of cranberry is craved for: with roast chicken, turkey, or as a condiment on a sandwich. 
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Authentic herb chutneys were once ago only found in Indian restaurants or, if you were lucky, you may have experienced homemade chutney at an Indian friend's house. That's all changed now. Chutneys can be found on many supermarket shelves. Yet commercial chutneys never pop with taste and freshness like homemade versions. This recipe solves that problem by being super easy, super quick, and super tasty! All you need is a blender and a handful of ingredients and you'll have fresh chutney in no time! 
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Chutney's use in the United States dates back to before the 20th century and it was a culinary gift brought from India. Immediately after its arrival in the States, the sweet, tangy condiment became a hit when paired with cheese, as we can see in many historical canapés recipes. As soon as dips became popular, creating a bowl to pair with some buttery crackers was a no-brainer. 
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Cranberry-Orange Chutney
Use this delicious cranberry-orange chutney as a delicious topping for your Thanksgiving turkey, or to sweeten up some warm cobbler. The chunky walnuts add such an unexpected nutty taste to this chunky chutney. This recipe is courtesy of Laura Sen, BJ’s Wholesale Club’s CEO.
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Serve these savory small bites with roasted turkey or spiral sliced ham instead of Brie, if you like. If clementines are unavailable, substitute with sweet tangerines or canned mandarin oranges, drained thoroughly.
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Cranberry-Clementine Chutney
Instead of making cranberry sauce this Thanksgiving make cranberry and clementine chutney. It pairs really well with Thanksgiving turkey. 
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