Fresh Cranberry and Mango Chutney
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Indian mango chutney is sweet and sticky and the addition of Christmassy cranberries adds a perky, festive note which bypasses a traditional cranberry chutney in it’s complexity and deliciousness. You can also use 40g of dried cranberries if you prefer, rehydrated in some hot water until soft.
Original Mango Chutni (70g x 2)
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Ingredients
  • 2 pots The Spice Tailor Mango Chutney
  • 50g fresh cranberries
Method
  1. Heat them both together adding a splash of water over a medium flame until the cranberries burst and release their juices and the chutney thickens to your preferred consistency.
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