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Rosebud Preserves – Old Yorkshire Chutney

A traditional British store cupboard essential. Freshly prepared with autumn fruits.

Perfect with Wensleydale and Farmhouse Cheddar.

£4.95

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Approximate Weight: 198g
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Old Yorkshire Chutney is a timeless classic, beloved for its rich and complex flavours.

Old Yorkshire Chutney is a traditional recipe that has stood the test of time. It is made using seasonal fruits, such as apples and plums, which are slowly cooked down to create a rich and flavoursome chutney. The addition of spices like chillies and ginger gives it a warm and comforting taste that is perfect for the colder months.

This chutney is a real crowd-pleaser and is ideal for adding a touch of sweetness to savoury dishes. It is particularly good with cheese, whether that be a mature cheddar, a tangy blue cheese or a creamy brie. It also works well as a condiment for pork pies and other savoury snacks.

If you’re feeling adventurous, Old Yorkshire Chutney can also be used in cooking. Try adding a spoonful to stews and casseroles for an extra burst of flavour, or use it as a glaze for roasted meats. The possibilities are endless with this versatile condiment.

Overall, Old Yorkshire Chutney is a real taste of tradition and a testament to the skill of our ancestors. Whether you’re a fan of classic recipes or simply looking for something to add to your cheese board, this chutney is sure to delight.

Old Yorkshire Chutney pairs well with a variety of foods, thanks to its sweet and tangy flavour profile:

It’s particularly delicious with a range of cheeses, including St Andrew’s cheddar, Baron Bigod brie, Young Buck blue cheese and Holbrook goat’s cheese. The chutney’s sweet and tangy flavours complement the richness of the cheese and create a perfect balance of tastes.

It also works well as a condiment for cold meats, such as ham or turkey, and is a great addition to sandwiches and burgers. The chutney’s complex flavours cut through the richness of the meat and add a burst of flavour to the dish.

Old Yorkshire Chutney can also be used as a glaze or marinade for roasted meats. Try brushing it over chicken or pork before roasting to add a touch of sweetness and depth of flavour to your meal.

For vegetarians, the chutney is a great accompaniment to roasted root vegetables, such as sweet potatoes or parsnips. It can also be used to add flavour to vegetarian dishes, such as stuffed mushrooms or vegetable pies.

In short, Old Yorkshire Chutney is a versatile condiment that can be used in a variety of ways to add flavour to a range of dishes.

Here are some suggestions from British celebrity chefs for using chutney:

Jamie Oliver suggests serving chutney alongside a platter of cold meats and cheeses. He also recommends using the chutney as a condiment for grilled sausages or burgers.

Nigella Lawson’s recipe for steak and ale pie involves mixing chunks of beef with chutney, onions, and ale, and baking the mixture in a pastry crust. The chutney adds a tangy sweetness to the filling.

Mary Berry’s recipe for cheese and chutney tart involves mixing chutney with grated cheddar cheese, eggs, and cream, and pouring the mixture into a pastry crust. She bakes the tart until it is golden brown and serves it with a green salad.

Gordon Ramsay recommends using chutney as a glaze for roast pork. He mixes the chutney with Dijon mustard, honey, and apple juice, and brushes it onto the pork during the final 10 minutes of roasting.

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Old Yorkshire Chutney is a timeless classic, beloved for its rich and complex flavours.

Old Yorkshire Chutney is a traditional recipe that has stood the test of time. It is made using seasonal fruits, such as apples and plums, which are slowly cooked down to create a rich and flavoursome chutney. The addition of spices like chillies and ginger gives it a warm and comforting taste that is perfect for the colder months.

This chutney is a real crowd-pleaser and is ideal for adding a touch of sweetness to savoury dishes. It is particularly good with cheese, whether that be a mature cheddar, a tangy blue cheese or a creamy brie. It also works well as a condiment for pork pies and other savoury snacks.

If you’re feeling adventurous, Old Yorkshire Chutney can also be used in cooking. Try adding a spoonful to stews and casseroles for an extra burst of flavour, or use it as a glaze for roasted meats. The possibilities are endless with this versatile condiment.

Overall, Old Yorkshire Chutney is a real taste of tradition and a testament to the skill of our ancestors. Whether you’re a fan of classic recipes or simply looking for something to add to your cheese board, this chutney is sure to delight.

Old Yorkshire Chutney pairs well with a variety of foods, thanks to its sweet and tangy flavour profile:

It’s particularly delicious with a range of cheeses, including St Andrew’s cheddar, Baron Bigod brie, Young Buck blue cheese and Holbrook goat’s cheese. The chutney’s sweet and tangy flavours complement the richness of the cheese and create a perfect balance of tastes.

It also works well as a condiment for cold meats, such as ham or turkey, and is a great addition to sandwiches and burgers. The chutney’s complex flavours cut through the richness of the meat and add a burst of flavour to the dish.

Old Yorkshire Chutney can also be used as a glaze or marinade for roasted meats. Try brushing it over chicken or pork before roasting to add a touch of sweetness and depth of flavour to your meal.

For vegetarians, the chutney is a great accompaniment to roasted root vegetables, such as sweet potatoes or parsnips. It can also be used to add flavour to vegetarian dishes, such as stuffed mushrooms or vegetable pies.

In short, Old Yorkshire Chutney is a versatile condiment that can be used in a variety of ways to add flavour to a range of dishes.

Here are some suggestions from British celebrity chefs for using chutney:

Jamie Oliver suggests serving chutney alongside a platter of cold meats and cheeses. He also recommends using the chutney as a condiment for grilled sausages or burgers.

Nigella Lawson’s recipe for steak and ale pie involves mixing chunks of beef with chutney, onions, and ale, and baking the mixture in a pastry crust. The chutney adds a tangy sweetness to the filling.

Mary Berry’s recipe for cheese and chutney tart involves mixing chutney with grated cheddar cheese, eggs, and cream, and pouring the mixture into a pastry crust. She bakes the tart until it is golden brown and serves it with a green salad.

Gordon Ramsay recommends using chutney as a glaze for roast pork. He mixes the chutney with Dijon mustard, honey, and apple juice, and brushes it onto the pork during the final 10 minutes of roasting.

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