This cherry chutney recipe is a fantastic summer condiment. It’s like a relish, with sweet and sour ingredients.
Warm summer months, when stone fruit is at its peak, is the perfect time to make this recipe. Chutney is a great condiment to use with grilled meat or vegetables.
Chutneys are a fantastic way to preserve fruit without turning it into a sweet jam. You can make this chutney your own by adding in whatever fruit you have on hand.
This chutney is made with common ingredients. It's a quick and simple condiment to make and it is so versatile!
Sauté onions and garlic in oil. Cook just until softened and translucent - we are not browning them.
Next, add red wine vinegar and cook for a few minutes to soften onions a little more. The vinegar will also help to mellow the onions.
Next, add cherries, currants, garlic, ginger, mustard, brown sugar, salt & pepper. Let it cook for 30 minutes.
This cherry chutney recipe pairs well with a charcuterie or cheese board, plus it makes a great bruschetta topping.