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Recipe For Tomato And Onion Chutney — 15 Comments

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  2. I’m catching up with your yoghurt cake and the rest.
    This is a fab recipe. I love raw tomatoes though..
    Hope you’ve had a brilliant weekend away.
    Lotsa love,
    Me
    xxx

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    • Raw tomatoes are good, but this is a nice thing to do for when they are not in season 🙂 Weekend away is awesome xxx

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  3. they looks great ! seriously . just make them and store them .. AMAZING! How do you think they will taste if i use those tiny onions! 🙂

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    • that should be really good, as long as you let the onions get nice and soft – do let me know if you try 🙂

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  4. This sounds wonderful. I love chutney of any type and will have to give this one a try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

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    • let me know how it worked out for you! Enjoy your day 🙂

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  5. I love those little bottles of goodness – can just imagine the many uses for it!! Using whole tomotoes looks so good too! xx Linda

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    • this was really easy to make, now I have to wait two weeks to try it 🙂

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  6. I can just imagine this with big hunks of fresh ciabatta and a variety of artisan cheeses. Yum! Looks amazing, Tandy, and I love the handwritten lid label – homemade love!

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    • I cannot wait to test this with some cheesy bread! I have made a habit of labeling my jars otherwise I play guess work in my fridge 🙂

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  7. Never to old to learn! Good to know about the Lycopene – thanks.
    Love the idea of this recipe. Finding baby tomatoes here is like finding a needle in a haystack, so think this will be another one of those recipes to try when we get home.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • You are going to have a huge pile to do when you get back 🙂

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  8. How long will it keep in jars? Want to know if I should make a couple of batches.
    Friday greets to Dave.

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    • the recipe did not mention that which I think is a failure. But it is cooked in vinegar so at least 6 months! I am waiting out the 2 weeks to try it 🙂 Friday greets back xxx

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