Edd is a professional baker, food writer and TV personality. After winning the original series of the hot BBC show ‘The Great British Bake Off’ in 2010, he has jumped at the chance of following his passion for Baking.
Total time: 47’
335 g cherry tomatoes
165 g red onions, quartered
2/3 tsp chilli flakes
1/3 tsp paprika powder
1/8 tsp ground cardamon
85 g light brown sugar
100 ml red wine vinegar
Place all of the ingredients into the bowl of the Cookprocessor fitted with Multiblade. Pulse for 10 seconds until the tomatoes and onions are roughly chopped.
Replace the Multiblade with the StirAssist. Select STEW P2 and press start to activate the programme.
The chutney needs to be stored in sterilised jars. Once opened use within two weeks.
Alternative Recipe 1
If you like your chutney spicy add 1 or 2 red chillies to the recipe which will add a good kick.
Alternative Recipe 2
If you grow tomatoes and have some unripe green tomatoes make a mixed tomato chutney, adding some dried fruit for added sweetness.
A RECIPE BY EDD KIMBER
Edd is a professional baker, food writer and TV personality. After studying politics at university, Edd started to work in the banking industry but didn’t enjoy it. So after winning the original series of the hot BBC show ‘The Great British Bake Off’ in 2010, he has jumped at the chance of following his passion for Baking. Since the show he has appeared on numerous TV shows and his recipes regularly appear in some of the UK’s top food magazines. In 2013 Edd ran a pop-up bakery at Fortnum and Mason making his favourite recipes from his books. He has written two books ‘The Boy Who Bakes’ released in 2011 and ‘Say It With Cake’ in 2012.
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