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Fresh Figs and Apple Chutney

This fig and apple chutney is an ideal accompaniment for white meats, foie gras, but also for cheese boards.
Fresh Figs and Apple Chutney

Photo credit: © Eatwell101.com

This fig and apple chutney is an ideal accompaniment for white meats, foie gras, but also for cheese boards—try with fresh goat cheese. It keeps same way as a jam, and can make a nice gourmet gift.

Ingredients lits for Figs and Apple Chutney Recipe

Specific ingredients:

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For 6 jars: 

  • 1 lb (500 g) of fresh figs
  • 2 apples
  • 1 1/4 cup (150g) of sugar
  • 1 / 2 cup cider vinegar (or raspberry)
  • 1 / 2 teaspoon cinnamon (or allspice)
  • 1 pinch of Espelette pepper
  • Salt and pepper

Cooking instruction for the Figs and Apple Chutney

1. Clean the figs. Cut them into quarters. Peel and cut apples into cubes. Put everything in a saucepan with sugar, vinegar, spices and a pinch of salt. Heat until boiling. Reduce heat and cook for 30 minutes. Stir occasionally.

2. Ladle the hot chutney in sterilized jars. Close immediately. Turn the jars until completely cooled. Wait for 48 hours before consuming. The fig chutney jars can be stored in the refrigerator.

Fig and Apple Chutney Recipe - Apple Chutney Recipe - Apple ChutneyPhoto credit: © Eatwell101.com

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  • Véronique

    2012-04-06 18:32:24

    Hi Jo, In order to completely seal the jam jars it is advised to turn them upside down to push remaining air away. Hot jam tend to "expand" in volume. Then when the jam is cooled it get down and retracts. Vacuum is then created inside the jar, thus allowing a better conservation on shelves. I hope I explained clearly!

  • Jo

    2012-04-06 16:59:59

    Could you please explain what you mean by "Turn the jars until completely cooled." Thank you.

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