Commonly made with diced apples and highly spiced with, for instance, nutmeg and chilli.
Original Receipt from 'The Khaki Kook Book - A Collection of a Hundred Cheap and Practical Recipes Mostly from Hindustan' by Mary Kennedy Core, Bareilly, India,1917
77. Rhubarb Chutney.
Make just like apple chutney, only use less vinegar. In addition to the raisins and other ingredients, add a teacupful of finely-minced and blanched almonds. This is worth trying. Less red pepper might be used.
Original Receipt from Lichfield Mercury - Friday 13 March 1914
RHUBARB CHUTNEY. Now that, rhubarb .is coming you really ought to try this delicious chutney. Cut into pieces enough rhubarb to fill cup. Add half cupful water, one and a half cupful of sugar, the pulp and sliced rind of a lemon and orange, a quarter pound each seeded and Cook all over slow fire. Tie down glass jars when thick.
Image: The Khaki Kook Book, 1917
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