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Delicious and perfect with hot naan bread. I used Branston Pickle, a famous English chutney and we loved this dip. Tomorrow it will be great with carrot sticks I'm sure. This recipe is the best thing I have made this year so far !!
Great dip! Made this for my daughter's 4th birthday party. I had to leave out the spices as one of our guests has an allergy, but likes fruit chutney and I wanted her to sample some. I served it with water crackers biscuits and baby carrots. This is very easy to prepare and tasted wonderful. Thank you Stardustannie
Fabulous and so moreish with corn chips. I made this up in the morning and added about 1 1/2 teaspoons of chilli powder (could have been more, the chilli actually slip when I was measuring it out!). Left the dip in the fridge for most of the day so the flavours would blend. We really enjoyed the sweetness of the chutney with the added kick the chilli powder gave. Lovely with a glass of wine. Thanks Shaz!
I used Major Grey's mango chutney. A simple appetizer that is perfect for a summer afternoon with white wine, or an informal get together with friends. Served with wheat thins.
I didn't have the specific brand of chutney so subbed my recipe for mango chutney. This turned out to be a nice treat and one I would make again. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
Great Recipe! I halved the recipe because I did not want to use up all the Rosella that was sent to me from Australia. This recipe would be fantastic with lots of different flavors of fruit chutney. I cut a red chili pepper up and added it the dip and served it with toasted pita triangles. This was super easy and super good! Thank you!