This Braeburn apple chutney recipe is so versatile and can be adapted to most season’s produce. It has such a nice acidic, warming flavour that would work well with cold meats or cheese platters.
30 Mins 1 Hour 30 Mins Easy
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300g Braeburn apples
250ml white cooking wine
150ml white wine vinegar
Peel, core and chop the apples. Skin and deseed then chop the tomatoes then pick and wash the grapes.
In the saucepan make a light caramel with the sugar and water then add the tomatoes, apples and grapes. Once the fruit has released its moisture, simmer the mixture gently until the liquid has evaporated, then add the white cooking wine and raisins and reduce.
Once the wine has reduced add the vinegar and repeat the process. The mixture should be sticky and “savoury-sweet”.
Pears can be used instead of apples.
You can alter the recipe by swapping the grapes for apricots in the summer or white to red wine in the winter months for a richer chutney.
About this recipe
This Braeburn Apple Chutney recipe is courtesy of Le Creuset UK. You’ll find your nearest Le Creuset store at
Le Creuset Outlet Store Unit 128D, 50 Pringle Drive, Bicester Village, Bicester, Oxfordshire OX26 6WD