Homemade mango chutney tastes incredible and makes a brilliant gift!
Mango chutney is the perfect addition to any curry, and although there are lots of tasty ones that you can buy, they don’t come close to a homemade version.
I’ve customised this mango chutney recipe to showcase all of the flavours that I think make the best mango chutney. I also used a cooking apple in this mix which contributes to sweetness, consistency and overall taste!
Once you have made this, it will last in a sealed jar for up to 6 months, and once opened, in the fridge for up to 6 weeks.
I always enjoy making homemade gifts for friends and family for Christmas, and this make a great addition to any food hamper or just as a gift in a jar tied with some ribbon!
I get the glass clip-lid jars in the picture from Asda, they are great value, £1 for a smaller jar (300ml) and £1.50 for the larger (500ml). I also save jars throughout the year from jam/peanut butter etc. and then use these when I am making up big batches of mango chutney or my homemade cranberry sauce. You can also freeze this mango chutney!
Want to see the step-by-step of how I made this recipe? Have a look on my Instagram highlights here!