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Can I freeze raw apples and then use in chutney?

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electricslide Sun 02-Oct-11 12:04:10

I've got a glut of apples which need using as soon as possible. But my order of jars hasn't arrived from jamjarshop yet. Can I chop the apple and freeze it to use in chutney next week? If not, Apart from applesauce what can I do with them? I hate the thought of chucking them.

SoupDragon Sun 02-Oct-11 12:07:09

I'm sure I've made jam with frozen (by me) fruit before.

SoupDragon Sun 02-Oct-11 12:08:45

I've also frozen them in portions for use in pies/crumbles etc. o added sugar or anything, just apples.

Dumbledoresgirl Sun 02-Oct-11 12:11:21

I've never frozen raw apples before (not to say it can't be done though). But I regularly make chutney with apples that I have previously stewed - I prefer it that way as otherwise the apple can take too long to cook down - and I often stew apple and freeze it for use in apple sauce/chutney/crumbles/etc.

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