Chutney - Defined and Recipe

Chutney—A table condiment imported from the East Indies, and purchasable at the grocery stores in bottles, may be made as follows: One and a half pints of vinegar, two ounces of whole ginger bruised, one ounce each of chilies and mustard seed, two ounces of salt and twelve ounces of sugar all boiled together for three quarters of an hour, then strained through a hair sieve. Put the strained vinegar to boil again with one large onion shredded, one crushed clove of garlic, six shallots, two ounces of seedless raisins and two pounds of peeled and sliced apples, boil until they are quite soft, then put into stone jars, tie over with skin or parchment paper and keep for use.

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