It’s so strange a couple of years ago I tasted some chutney, but I really didn’t like. But now I really love chutney, so it’s true they say that taste will change every couple of years. So I made special for the potluck hold in eco-village in the place Bergen some chutney with green tomatoes. Finally we didn’t stay long at the festival and missed the potluck, it was rainy and the workshop we were taking wasn’t the workshop I expected. The area is very huge and big and i am curious how it will be when it is finished, how it looks like. They are really at the beginning of making a eco-village.
Anyway now I ate the chutney at my evening dinner, a good solution!
I took the recipe from internet but took a little twist on it…thanks girls/guys
Ingredients for 2 jars of delicious green tomato chutney
600 gram of green tomatoes, washed an cut in 4 or more tiny pieces
100 millilitre of balsamic vinegar
60 millilitre of rice vinegar/ or apple vinegar
1 red chilli pepper cut in really tin slices, seeds removed
2 cloves of garlic minced
100 gram of raisins
2 teaspoons of dried ginger powder
90-100 gram of sucanat sugar
1/2 of a red onion cut in tny squares or strings
a sauce pan
2 jars, cleaned very well in boiling water for 2-3 minutes
How to make this lovely chutney…..
Get both of the vinegars and poor them into the saucepan, heat the vinegar very slowly and poor in, while stirring, the sucanat sugar. When the sugar is dissolved throw in all the other ingredients and stir well, bring the mixture to a boil. Lets simmer this mixture for about 30 minutes, put the lid on the pan. Stir 1-2 times in the 30 minute time…
When the alarm goes and the 30 minutes are over take off the lid and stir the mixture again, let stand for like 30 minutes more. The mixture is going to be thicker that’s the goal. When you stir with the wooden spoon and you see on the bottom its getting like syrup….it’s ready!.
Get the jars and poor in the mixture, put the lid on the jars and set them upside down, so the lid will go vacuum.
You can eat the chutney directly or can save the jars in the fridge. I don’t know how long it will stay eatable, because i know this week all the 2 jars are finished!