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Red onion chutney in a slow cooker?

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ripsishere Mon 21-Jan-13 05:58:20

Yes, I think i could. I'll probably half the quantities though or I'll end up a bit chutney'd out.
The red onion one turned out OK once I'd boiled the excess liquid off. I was astonished by how little it made though. I sterilized three jars and used one.

JamNan Thu 17-Jan-13 11:41:13

Could you adapt this curried fruit chutney recipe?

ripsishere Thu 17-Jan-13 01:13:30

Brilliant, thanks for that recipe Jojo. I don't have a microwave yet and I'm not sure how much gas I've got left.
I'll give that recipe a go and report back. It'll have to be without grenadine, not sure I could even get that here (malaysia)

breatheslowly Wed 16-Jan-13 15:11:04

Please could you link to the original recipe - it sounds lovely.

Jojobump1986 Wed 16-Jan-13 14:39:57

Tangy Onion Chutney

PolterGoose Wed 16-Jan-13 14:34:59

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fedupwithdeployment Wed 16-Jan-13 13:57:30

I would boil....agree with PolterGoose. But then I have done it in an hour, and it tastes great. Only problem is that DH and 6yo eat it all too quickly!

Disclaimer - I don't like my slow cooker.

MoreBeta Wed 16-Jan-13 13:57:18

I made a really surprisingly good imprompto tomato, pepper and parika (garlic, onions, spices, vinegar, sugar and water as well) chutney last week.

I just bunged all the ingredients in a glass bowl and microwaved to a sticky jammy mass. It worked brilliantly but leave to cool a bit before getting it out or you might burn yourself and decant into a sterile jam jar and screw lid down tight. Keep it in fridge.

PolterGoose Wed 16-Jan-13 13:51:36

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ripsishere Wed 16-Jan-13 00:45:54

Just that. I live in Malaysia and pickles/chutneys are either not available of many ringett to buy.
I found a recipe on here for red onion chutney and wondered, rather than boiling it for an hour whether I could put it into my slow cooker?

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