Plum chutney nz recipes

Apple, Plum & Apricot Chutney

Apple, Plum & Apricot Chutney

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Fish Curry (Boatmans Curry)

Fish Curry (Boatmans Curry)

I also served with with some raita and my recently made apple, plum and peach chutney. When spring temperatures plummeted yesterday to the extent that merino sweaters had to be dragged out of the mothballs again, and I returned from the market cold and wet (yes, chilly temperatures were accompanied by teeming rain), a curry seemed like the perfect warm-me-up-pick-me-up kind of dinner
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Countdown CheeseFest 2016 – review

Countdown CheeseFest 2016 – review

Zoe Bone’s amazing fruit pastes were a hit and I bought the plum and feijoa varieties. There are a few complimentary products such as crackers, fruit paste, chutney, and of course, beer and wine
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Spicy plum chutney

Spicy plum chutney

1. Place all ingredients in a saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring until sugar dissolves. 2. Turn down the heat and simmer for 30 to 40 minutes or until reduced and thick
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Ladies, a Plate: Jams and Preserves

Ladies, a Plate: Jams and Preserves

We’ve been lucky enough to be able to share the Plum Jam recipe from Ladies, a Plate. There’s chutneys, pickles, curds as well as fruit cordial and liqueurs
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Fresh FYI:  A Healthy Back To School Lunchbox

Fresh FYI: A Healthy Back To School Lunchbox

Try a small apple, small banana, mandarin, tangelo or tangerine, orange, small bunch of seedless grapes, a couple of apricots or plums, small container of fruit salad, small pear, berries, Kiwi fruit, cut pieces of melon, peach, nectarine, snack pack container of fruit
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Tips and Timesavers

Oyster meat should be plump and have a fresh, mild, saltwater odour. MAKE YOUR OWN INDIAN HOT CHUTNEY. In season in NZ in March for example
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Late July gardening goodness

You’ll find bareroot dwarf fruit trees (from peaches and nectarines to almonds and apples) available in garden centres now, as well as a wide range of plums, pears, apples and stonefruit
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