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Grandma's Bowen Mango Chutney (Read 19043 times)
 
Reply #10 - Jan 10th, 2010 at 10:50am

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Sweet thanks mate!


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Reply #11 - Jan 31st, 2010 at 1:20pm

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Jono that mango chutney is fantastic...mmmmm....yummy...top class...gunna have to make some of that Wink
 

                                         
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Reply #12 - Feb 4th, 2014 at 12:07pm

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I'm overrun with Mangoes at the moment and this recipe of Jonnos sprung to mind. This is really good stuff, he gave me a bottle to try at the Hedlow COG.
Thought Id give it a bump in case anyone else has mango's they don't know what to do with.
 
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Reply #13 - Feb 17th, 2014 at 9:31pm

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Finally got around to making a double batch of Jonno's Grandma's Special Chutney.
After looking at the recipe for a while I began to worry about the amount ground ginger, I thought by ground it meant the dried powdered stuff, that's a lot of ginger.
The ground spice also had me a bit baffled.
Gave Jonno a call and he clarified things a bit for me. For the spice he uses All Spice. The ginger he uses is fresh ginger grated.
Just posting this info to save others any confusion.
It turned out really well and was well worth the effort.
Here are a few photos.
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Reply #14 - Feb 17th, 2014 at 11:24pm

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Mmm looks good.

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Sounds Great, Lots of different layers of flavors. I’ll usually take the mango chutney in a home made toasted sandwich. Odd, but very nice!
 
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Reply #16 - Apr 14th, 2014 at 7:03am

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Just wondering about the brown vinegar, is it Malt or standard brown. also when measuring with a table spoon or dessert spoon is that "level" spoons or ruff enough is good enough. cheers Ron.
 
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We use the season's-end greenish tomatoes in a similar vein.  They come up very nice indeed and usually makes enough to last until next season.  I'll chase up the boss's recipe.

We are certainly going to give the mango chutney a go next season.  Thanks MW.  Our Grans certainly had some ripper recipes didn't they?   Smiley

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Some people looking for things to do with mangos on another forum I belong to.
Passed your Grannies recipe along to them, Hope ya don't mind me sharing Jonno.
The mango crop last year was a fail, so no chutney Sad, this years shaping up to be a cracker so I'll be stocking up. Smiley
 
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Reply #19 - Feb 23rd, 2017 at 7:13pm

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Its that time of year again and Ive just finished knocking up another double batch of this stuff.....it never lasts long as everyone seems to like it.
The hardest part was beating the flying fox's to the Mango's.
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