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    Green Mango Chutney

  • 9 LB Green Mangoes just starting to get ripe , still hard , but not rock hard , peeled and cubed 1/4 inch
  • 1 LB Apples Granny Smith peeled and cubed
  • 1 LB Preserved Ginger chopped small
  • 2 OZ Mustard Seed
  • 2 Teaspoons Cayenne Powder [imperial] size metric 10 ml
  • 1 OZ Cinnamon
  • 1 LB Sultanas
  • 1 Cup Raisins Halved [imperial] 250 ml
  • 6 LB Sugar [Brown] is better
  • 1 OZ Garlic [never bothered to measure this i use 1 small sized Knob] chopped small
  • 3/4 OZ Ground Ginger
  • 1/4 LB Salt
  • 1 1/2 Bottles Vinegar Malt or Brown [US 1 QUART]
  • 1 Large Onion Chopped small
  • 6 Small chilies [use more if you like] chopped small[always used birds eye- fiestas ? , would use serranos seeds and all]
  • 1 OZ Whole Black Peppercorns tied in a Muslin bag [sometimes i just throw them in.]
  • 2 to 3 OZ Mixed Spice [Used to be in packets now in jars , a mix of cinnamon ,allspice and nutmeg] i suppose you have it there .
  • Put all Ingredients Except Mixed Spice in a Large Pan -Stainless or Enamel .Stand overnight . Next Morning add mixed spice and simmer 2-3 hours ,remove peppercorn bag ,place in sterilized jars and seal when cold.. Leave for as long as you can resist - generally the next day is too long...

    Now this is the original recipe i work from , i adjust it to the number of green mangoes i can get now i don't have a tree . Never made it with 9 pounds of mangoes , don't think I could afford to !

    P.S. Imperial teaspoon is slightly different to yours so is cup sorry .

    From: Luke in Oz
    Posted By:lukasz
    Post Date: Mon, 17 Nov 1997

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