Caramelised Onion Chutney
Caramelised onions make a wonderfully versatile chutney that works as well with burgers or sausages as it does with a lovely strong cheddar cheese. This would be a great accompaniment to a Ploughman’s lunch.
Chutney originates from India and is made from combining fruit or vegetable with spices, an acid and a sweetener. Rather than sugar, the main preservative in chutneys is vinegar. All of Jam Packed chutneys take several hours to cook and should be allowed to mature for at least six weeks before eating to allow the flavours to blend and mellow, producing the characteristic rich fruity flavour. There are no added artificial flavours, preservatives or sweeteners.
Ingredients: Onions, soft brown sugar, apple cider vinegar (Sulphites), balsamic vinegar (contains Sulphites), redcurrant jelly, salt, pepper.
Jam Packed Preserves is a family run business. They make an extensive range of artisan, award-winning extra jams, jellies, marmalades, chutneys and curds. All preserves are lovingly hand-stir in small batches in open pans. The story began in 2006. From an allotment that had a large stand of autumn raspberries that produced a glut of fruit. Wanting to avoid food waste Sue telephoned her Mum and asked how to make jam. The rest is history!