Apple chutney nigel slater recipes

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Thanks Nigel: Dark & Sticky Fig and Grape Chutney

Thanks Nigel: Dark & Sticky Fig and Grape Chutney

One apple (Granny Smiths), skin on, roughly chopped. This is a play on one of Nigel Slater’s recipes for fruit chutney and as ripe figs start appearing in Andalucía with abundance, grapes too, it is time to start creating
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Homemade Chutneys- Beetroot Chutney

Homemade Chutneys- Beetroot Chutney

The critique over, we pilled the preserves all very different, Peach, a traditional South African chutney, an apple chutney, my runner bean chutney on perfectly cooked sausages
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what's in season: september

what's in season: september

And in theory, fabulous September is bursting with beautiful fruit and vegetables, such as sweetcorn, broccoli, apples, damsons and early pears
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March 2015 Favourites List

March 2015 Favourites List

Apple and blackberry. and egg kathi roll with coriander and mint chutney. which Nigel Slater says will satisfy even hardened carnivores
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Nigel's Hot and Sweet Plum Chutney

Nigel's Hot and Sweet Plum Chutney

I ran across this delicious looking one of Nigel Slater's in book two of his Tender series. *Nigel's Hot and Sweet Plum Chutney*
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Dish of the Month - September Round up

Dish of the Month - September Round up

Courgette and Apple Cake provides two of your five a day in cake form, how much better can you get. Nigel Slater's Autumn Chutney is the entry from Dish of the Month co-host Sue from A Little Bit of Heaven on a Plate
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Shop Local #2

Shop Local #2

She shares a recipe for a courgette, potato and onion bake which she tops with the remaining courgette flowers, photos of some Scandinavian style meatballs she made using beetroot, an interesting sounding purple cauliflower, potato and cheese soup and Nigel Slater's courgette cake with apples and pecans
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Soup - and the Pumpkin conspiracy

Soup - and the Pumpkin conspiracy

Yes, there have been some misty mornings, yes there are apples a-plenty, yes, the spiders are on the march, and we've had the first fire in the log burner, but what has really heralded the arrival of Autumn is the first bowl of pumpkin soup
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Incorporating Organic Into Your Weekly Shop

Incorporating Organic Into Your Weekly Shop

Fruit was mostly eaten fresh, but when the last apples got a little wrinkly, we made a simple fruit crumble with them
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My kitchen in November

My kitchen in November

I am still picking beetroot from the garden, although the leaves are looking a bit wind-bedraggled now, and, I found a forgotten row of rather large radishes in one of the fleece covered beds - so Beetroot, Radish and Apple chutney was born, and a great combination it is too
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The Top Ten in The English Kitchen

The Top Ten in The English Kitchen

Nigel's Hot and Sweet Plum Chutney.   Spicy Plum Chutney. You know if it comes from Nigel Slater it has to be really, REALLY tasty
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what's in season: september

what's in season: september

a truly excellent month for fruit and veg such as sweetcorn, broccoli, apples, blackberries, damsons and early pears