How to make it

  • 1. Peel the mangoes & cut into cubes. Actually, this is the hardest part. See Photo
  • 2. Put the mangoes, water & spices into a stainless steel pot and bring to a simmer. See Photo
  • 3. Simmer for about 10 minutes, stirring very gently a few times.
  • 4. Add the rest of the ingredients and bring to a simmer again.
  • 5. Simmer for about 25 – 30 minutes, stirring very gently a few times See Photo. You don’t want to turn this into glop.
  • 6. Fish out the pieces of cinnamon stick.
  • 7. Place in sterilized jars. See Photo
  • You may want to adjust the amount of water to get a nice stiff consistency, or one that suits you.
  • You may need more or less sugar, depending on how sweet your mangoes are and how sweet you like your chutney.
  • If you put this in sterilized jars while it is still bubbling hot the un-opened jars will last eons. Keep any jar that has been opened in the fridge and it will last longer than your family and friend will allow it to. See Photo

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  • chefmal 6 years ago
    Ooh, this is what chutney from a master looks like. Great pics! And holy shit, dude. You don't have to give them away, you can sell your chutney over the net, or give it away as gifts to save cash over the holidays. Lifehack, seriously.
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  • Good4U 6 years ago
    Superb Post! I will take some off your hands for you:-)
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  • joe1155 6 years ago
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  • chuckieb 6 years ago
    Oh my Mangoes, love chutney, would love to drop by Apia and pick up some free ones. Awesome post as always !
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  • doreenfish 6 years ago
    Lucky u!! I love mangoes!! Great post ...thank u!!
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