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Chipotle Red Bell Pepper Chutney

jlloyd99

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I've been flipping through the old recipe notebook (a dangerouse habbit of mine) comming up with ideas for this weekends cookout and came across a recipe I just had to share with ya'll. It's a red bell pepper chutney and it goes great with all kinds of pork, especially pork tenderloin! I have also used this on chicken. I hope you enjoy.

Chipotle Red Bell Pepper Chutney

2 lbs. red bell peppers
2 c. cider vinegar
3/4 c. sugar
2 t. yellow mustard seed
2 t. salt
2 dried chipotle chiles, halved and seeded

Trim and finely chop the bell peppers. Place in a large heavy saucepan with remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil and reduce to a bubbling simmer, cook about 1 hour stirring occasionaly. As mixture boils down stir frequently during the last 10 min. of cooking to prevent scorching. Remove chiles and ladle relish into a sterilized jar. Cover tightly and refrigerate. Chutney is best when left to mellow for one week and will keep up to one month in the fridge. Makes 1.5-2 cups.
 

bwsmith_2000

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jlloyd99,
Thanks for the recipe. Sounds good and I'll certainly give it a try.
 

smoking falcon

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so does the small t. = teaspoons or tablespoons? I don't want to sound ignorant, but I'd rather be safe than sorry! I've seen so many different variations for the two measurements that sometimes I have to look twice to be sure i'm not overdoing it.

Dennis
 

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