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Recommendations - Books on Chutneys and Preserves


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Indian Chutneys, Raitas, Pickles & Preserves by Michael Pandya (ISBN: 0722511671)

It is out of print and starting to become expensive used.

You may not want something so specifically about Indian chutneys, but this is an excellent book.

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I have a few to suggest:

"Spice it up: The art of making condiments" by Jeffree Wyn Lynch

"Perfect Preserves: Provisions from the kitchen garden" by Nora Carey

"The National Trust: Jams, Preserves & Edible Gifts" by Sara Paston-Williams

"Sensational Preserves: 250 Recipes for Jams, Jellies, Chutneys & Sauces" by Hilaire Walden

( the last four are not exclusive to chutneys and relishes, but have sections on them and were published in the UK)

Also, although it may be hard to find,

"Paradise Preserves Condiments of Hawaii: Chutneys, Pickles, Relishes, Currues & Sambals" by Yvonne Neely Armitage :smile:

Can anybody recommend any good books for chutney/relish making?  Preferably something that's available in the UK - but open to looking elsewhere.

Many Thanks

Darryl.

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