Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Red Onion Apricot Chutney

onion chutney

Ok - you have to try this recipe with the cinnamon chicken. They go so well together! Or, try it with some nice cheese - that's really tasty too. Really, just try it. You'll be glad you did. This is spicy, savory and sweet, all at the same time. And it's made from stuff you usually have at home, so you can whip it up in an instant to spice up any meal!

Red Onion Apricot Chutney
Serves 4-5

3 small red onions
3 garlic cloves
100 g dried apricots
1 tbsp olive oil
1 cinnamon stick
2 tsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp cumin
100 ml honey

Slice onions and garlic thinly, and dice the apricots. Mix all ingredients in a small saucepan, and cook on low heat for 30 minutes, until the chutney is thick and sticky. Serve warm, or cold, as you prefer it. (And remove the cinnamon stick before serving.)

Recipe in Swedish:
Rödlökschutney med aprikoser

11 comments:

Féline said...

Åhh, jag älskar olika former av chutney! Måste testa. När jag lagar ngt som det passar till. :D Brukade göra någon persikochutney förut, av vanliga konserverade persikor, men jag har glömt av receptet. ;P

Christina at ramble magazine said...

It's that easy to whip together a chutney?? I don't know what I've been waiting for. Thanks, Anne.

Jeanne said...

Oh I am SO trying that recipe! It sounds absolutely perfect with cheese... and I'm an apricot fanatic anyway :)

african vanielje said...

So simple, but then the best recipes usually are

Rachael said...

I did red onion and mango the other day...and man, oh, man, are mangos a pain to peel. This seems like the perfect solution! Love it!

Katie said...

Oh yum thats sounds like a wonderful combination. I can just imagine it, all sweet and sticky.

Millis said...

Jag ska pröva på både kycklingen och chutneyn i helgen tror jag. Kan behöva något riktigt smarrigt när vi kommer från Loka på söndag :-)

Ann said...

We love to make a meal of cheese, bread and good wine at least once a week. I will definitely be trying your chutney!

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ejm said...

Oh my, but that looks good! I like that it's made with dried apricots too. Good dried apricots are much easier to find that good fresh apricots.

-Elizabeth

Cedar said...

Hello! I found your site, and this recipe earlier this week, and decided to give it a try today. It was delicious. I keep sneaking into the kitchen and taking little bites of it!!

I also posted the recipe, and a link back to your site of course, on my blog. Thanks for the great recipe, and I am happy to have found your lovely blog!