Gourmet Chutney

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Cranberry is a rich chutney given lots of character by dates and Florida orange zest - wonderful with blue cheese, poultry, and grilled meats. The chutneys of The Virginia Chutney Co. are family-made in the blue hills of Virginia with spices, real fruit, and none of that funny stuff. Try it in a turkey or chicken sandwich or pair it with Cheddar or blues like Stilton and Roquefort. The Virginia Chutney Co., the makers of these chutneys is located in Washington, VA and they tweak traditional reci... MORE INFORMATION
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Chutney is a condiment that usually contains a mixture of spices, vegetables and/or fruits, they can be coarse or fine and from this loose description you can imagine that many varieties exist. Look at it as a savory jam. The Virginia Chutney Co., the makers of these chutneys is located in Virginia and they tweak traditional recipes into Southern-style chutneys, like the Cranfiggy Chutney. The tart flavor of cranberries play well against the rich sweetness of figs and makes Cranfiggy the perfect... MORE INFORMATION
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This is a traditional chutney, but with a third the salt and more ginger and cinnamon. It pairs well with an aged cheddar and is a wonderful glaze for grilled shrimp or fish. Chutney is a condiment that usually contains a mixture of spices, vegetables and/or fruits, they can be coarse or fine and from this loose description you can imagine that many varieties exist. Look at it as a savory jam. The Virginia Chutney Co., the makers of these chutneys is located in Flint Hill, VA and they tweak trad... MORE INFORMATION
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Spicy Plum Chutney is made with caramelized onions and ginger. Delicious with roast pork, Brie, sharp cheddar, Manchego and Gorgonzola. This sweet and savory chutney is made by the Virginia Chutney Company in Washington, VA and is made according to the rich traditions that are alive in our Southern States. Chutney, in general terms, is a condiment that contains fruit, vinegar, sugar and spices. It originated in India and spread to Europe and the rest of the word via England. The way you like to... MORE INFORMATION