The lovely people from 5B hve given us 2kgs of green tomatoes that has not been hit by blight. The only thing you can really do with them is make some chutney.
Here is how I've made mine;
Wash and clean the tomates
Dice the tomatoes with one white and one red onion and a couple of garlic cloves chopped up. Give this mixture a table spoon full of fine salt and let it stand over night.
Letting it stand over night with the salt draws out a lot of the liquid from the mixture.
Start cooking the sugar and vinegar
Chop some raisins and dates
Add the raisins, dates and tomato mixture to the vinegar and sugar and cook for about 2 hours
Sterilise bottles by baking them in the oven at a low temperature for 20mins
Bottle the chutney as soon as the bottles come out of the oven. I've also added some clingfilm over to give it a better seal.
Last updated: July 12, 2018
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