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Sugar free chutney

                             

                                               SUGAR FREE CHUTNEY

 

This is a way overdue happy eating for those that enjoy lamb, goat, chicken, and other meats. These spreads can be sweetener in your choices.

 

Use fresh fruits and other ingredients I find that the chutney lasts longer and taste is just delicious.

 

PINEAPPLE

 

Diced fresh pineapples

 

Carrots

 

Dates

 

Plain gelatin

 

Sweet onion

 

1 ounce pineapple juice

 

½ cup of water

 

Chop ingredients as rough or fine as you wish.  Add items to a sauce pan on medium heat. We want soften the fruit and vegetables some. Dilute juice, water and gelatin. Read directions carefully . Dilute gelatin then add to ingredients stirring is important. Let cook until it thickens. Stir well place in a tight sealed container keep cool

 

And let ingredients compound with each other until soft and spreadable. Can be out the same as regular preserves just remember the ingredients are fresh with no added additives so the shelf life can be short. Do not make a ton of chutney at one time when using fresh ingredients.

 

Follow the same procedures for the following treats.

 

APRICOT/PRUNE

 

Fresh apricots

 

Seedless prunes

 

Unsalted walnuts

 

Apricot nectar

 

Broccoli

 

Gelatin

 

Sweetener

 

Blanch veggie.

 

NECTARIN/CHERRY

 

Fresh stone cherries

 

Firm Nectarines

 

Raisins

 

Celery

 

Sweetener

 

Dice celery small use the heart of the celery.

 

FIG/PECAN/ORANGE

 

Figs

 

Mandarin oranges

 

Red sweet pepper

 

Sweet onions

 

Sweetener

 

Unsalted pecans

 

Onions offer chutney a special I want more flavor.

 

I do hope you will enjoy my chutney, thanks to you for waiting for them.

 

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 Salads are great all year long.