An award-winning super premium plum chutney, medium hot that is a robust, gingery balance of spicy and sweet that stands up to strong cheddars and it makes a perfect glaze for roast pork. It’s excellent paired with almost all meats.
Wonderful as a condiment, or served with sharp cheddar cheese. This delicious spicy plum chutney can be used for a full-flavor glaze that is perfect for pork roast or on ham. Great served with any meat including chicken or pork. Thin with a bit of water for the perfect glaze on chicken, ham or duck. It is also great on a Ham Sandwich or on a grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich.
“I grew up eating Chutney, even at an early age and I have been a big fan of quality chutney all my life. It is really tough to find chutney that is all-natural, but this one is totally 100% natural and super-delicious. If you have never tasted Chutney… well, it is a must that you try it.” -Jeff
- No Artificial Flavors or Colorings
- 100% All-Natural
- Naturally Gluten Free
- Fat Free
- No high fructose corn syrup
- No preservatives
- No artificial colors
- Responsible Sourced Ingredients
- From the Hills of Virginia
- Made in the USA
Ingredients: Plums, Pure Cane Sugar, Raisins, Brown Sugar, Apple Cider Vinegar, Onions, Ginger, Garlic, Mustard Seed, Salt, Red Pepper Flakes.
Which Ingredients Are Commonly Used In American-Made Chutney?
Western-style American-made chutneys are usually made with fruit, vinegar, and sugar that is cooked down to a reduction with added flavorings and spices.
How Many Types of Chutney Are There?
There are likely thousands of combinations that make different types of chutney. It is often found in Indian cuisine, but different types of chutney are popular all over the world. The most popular of all… catsup. Yes, catsup is actually a type of chutney that is made with tomatoes, vinegar and spices and let’s not forget that a tomato is actually a fruit, not a vegetable.
Serving Size = 1 Tablespoon (17 grams)
Calories = 30
Total Fat = 0g
Sodium = 15mg
Total Carbohydrate = 7 grams
Sugars = 7 grams
Protein = 0 grams