Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Fresh Peach Chutney – A Sunny Sauce for Summer

I can't think of many cold sauces that are as versatile as this fresh peach chutney. Whether it's used to top a ham and cheese snack cracker, as seen in the video, or brushed on grilled pork chops, or used as a topping for vanilla ice cream (true story), this easy fresh peach sauce will help make your summer entertaining a little sunnier.

This recipe is part of a series of eight snack videos I did for Kellogg's Snackpicks.com. When you click on the video player below, you'll be taken to their website to view the videos and get the written instructions. If you have questions or comments, please come on back and post them here. Thanks, and enjoy!

7 comments:

Asian Malaysian said...

Sir, have you heard of ketchup? Btw, congratulations on winning Average Betty's To-O-Rama tater tot test.

blogagog said...

What's a chutney?

Monica said...

Plan to use this real super recipe to use up some chopped pineapple that looks about off yellow and see where it goes. then will try the peach. perfect for summer cookouts and a great improvement over KETCHUP, yellow mustard and mayonnaise.

Connie/Andalusia AL said...

I made a batch and have it chilling in the fridge.. the video recipe of it looked so good I had to try it! thanks :)

Chris said...

Love your videos John.

Can you freeze the peach chutney? Going picking soon here in New England and I'll have more peaches than I know what to do with :)

Chef John said...

yes! enjoy!

Shreela said...

YUM! I love Jezebel or Chipotle/Rasperry over cream cheese, so this would work great too (with the extra cayenne LOL).