4. Homemade chutney
Cooking jam can be done by anyone, but with a homemade chutney you can not
only prove your cooking skills, but also lead your loved ones into a whole new
world of taste! In India, chutneys are usually served to spicy curries to give the
dishes an extra flavorful component. They consist primarily of fruits and vegetables that achieve the desired flavor by adding herbs, spices, chili, salt,
ginger, vinegar and lemon juice. We have a recipe for an incredible delicious
apple chutney for you, it’s slightly spicy and fits perfectly with light meat, cheese or a simple slice of bread!
What you need: 1kg of apples, diced; 200g onion, finely chopped; 200g brown
sugar; 25g ginger, finely chopped; Chili, as much as you like; 1 tsp salt; 400ml
white wine vinegar; 3 tsp lemon juice; 100g gelling sugar 2:1, cinnamon, cloves
This is how it works: Bring the vinegar to a boil in a saucepan and dissolve the
brown sugar in it. Then add the diced apples and all other ingredients except the
gelling sugar and let it simmer on medium heat! The apple pieces should not be
completely mushy. It takes about 40 minutes to boil, don’t forget to continuously stir to avoid burning! Once most of the liquid is boiled, add gelling sugar, bring it to a boil once more and fill the mixture into jars while it is still hot. Turn the filled glasses upside down while they cool down to create a vacuum. This makes the chutney durable for a long time!