Recipe: Beetroot Chutney

After sharing my very simple but very delicious dinner the other day on my insta’, I got a couple of messages about the recipe and thought the best way to share the love would be adding it on here.

It comes from the very talented Monika from Everyday Healthy Recipes and I recommend having a gander at the rest of her site as she has so many other nice recipes to get your mouth watering.

Spiced Beetroot Chutney (Low Sugar)

Prep Time: 8 minutes

Cook Time: 42 minutes

TotalTime: 50 minutes 

Servings: 8 portions 

Author: Monika Dabrowski

Equipment

  • ▢Medium size saucepan
  • ▢Blender

Ingredients

  • ▢400 g beetroot peeled, finely diced
  • ▢1 medium red onion finely chopped
  • ▢1 medium sour apple peeled, cored, cubed
  • ▢1⅓ tbsp fresh ginger peeled, finely chopped
  • ▢45 g sugar (I used honey instead and it was delicious)
  • ▢70 ml white wine vinegar/apple cider vinegar
  • ▢30 ml apple juice
  • ▢1 tsp nigella seeds/onion seeds
  • ▢½ tsp ground cumin and coriander each
  • ▢1 tsp dark soy sauce
  • ▢⅔ tsp coarse sea salt plus pepper to taste

Metric – US Customary

Instructions

  • To the pot add the vinegar, apple juice, sugar, fresh ginger, spices and seasoning. Cook for a minute until the sugar has dissolved and the mixture starts bubbling up.
  • Add the diced beetroot, apple and onion, stir, cover and simmer for about 40 minutes, until the beetroot is tender but still has some crunch, stirring occasionally.
  • Remove from the heat, stir in the soy sauce and place one third of the mixture in a small food processor. Pulse a few times to break up the larger pieces (do not puree completely).
  • Place the mixture back in the pot, stir in and set aside to cool completely.  Spoon the chutney into a jar and refrigerate (for up to 2 weeks).

I’d love to see how yours comes out so please share your pics on my instagram or over on my facebook page 🙂

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