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Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney

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You’re in for a treat! We’re making a sugarfree apple and cinnamon chutney that’s not just delicious, but healthy too. We’ll guide you through every step, so you’ll be a chutney champion in no time. Plus, we’ll share the nutritional benefits and give you some creative serving suggestions. You’re about to impress everyone with your culinary skills. Let’s get cooking!

Gathering Your Ingredients for Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney

You’re starting your journey by gathering the necessary ingredients for your sugarfree apple and cinnamon chutney. First, you’ll need fresh, crisp apples. Their natural sweetness will compensate for the lack of sugar in your chutney. Next, you’ll need cinnamon for that warm, spicy flavor that’ll elevate your chutney to new levels. Don’t forget the vinegar, it’s essential for that tart zing that makes chutneys so irresistible. You’ll also want onions and raisins. The onions add depth, while the raisins give a chewy texture and a hint of sweetness. Lastly, get hold of some ginger and garlic. They’ll give your chutney a bit of a kick. Remember, using fresh, high-quality ingredients is key to creating a delicious, sugarfree chutney.

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Detailed Step-by-Step Process for Preparing the Chutney

Now that you’ve got your ingredients, let’s dive into the detailed process of preparing the chutney, and remember, patience is key when it comes to cooking. Start by peeling and coring the apples. Then, chop them up into small pieces. Next, toss them into a saucepan along with the cinnamon, water, and your choice of sugar substitute.

Stir the mixture well and let it simmer on a low heat. You’ll see the apples soften and the mixture thicken, that’s when you know it’s working. If it’s too thick, don’t hesitate to add a little more water. Once it’s reached a jam-like consistency, you’re done. Finally, let it cool before storing it. Remember, it’s a slow process, but the result, a flavorful sugarfree chutney, is worth the wait!

Nutritional Benefits of Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney

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In addition to its delightful taste, you’ll appreciate the nutritional benefits of this sugarfree apple and cinnamon chutney, as it’s loaded with fiber from the apples and packed with antioxidants from the cinnamon. It’s a guilt-free addition to your diet that doesn’t skimp on flavor. The natural sweetness of the apples eliminates the need for added sugars, making it a healthier option for those watching their sugar intake. The cinnamon not only adds a warming spice but also boosts your immune system. It’s a versatile condiment that can be paired with various dishes, enhancing their taste while contributing beneficial nutrients. You’ll love how this chutney makes healthy eating enjoyable and uncomplicated. So, why not give it a try? Your body will thank you.

Creative Serving Suggestions for Your Chutney

With its versatile flavor profile, you’ll find your chutney can be creatively served with a range of dishes, from grilled meats to baked desserts. Imagine a dollop atop a juicy steak or a smoky grilled chicken. You’ll appreciate the tangy kick it brings. But don’t stop there. You can use it as a spread on your morning toast, or even swirl it into your oatmeal for a fruity twist. Try it as a filling in your baked goods, like muffins or pies. It’s especially delightful with cheese; the sweet and spicy mixture complements the creaminess perfectly. You might also consider stirring it into your yogurt. You can even use it as a dip for your chips or veggies. With a little imagination, you’ll find countless ways to enjoy your chutney.

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Tips and Tricks to Perfect Your Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney

You’re making a sugarfree apple and cinnamon chutney, but you’re unsure how to perfect it, aren’t you? Let’s get you sorted. First, select ripe, juicy apples; they’ll add natural sweetness, reducing the need for sugar. Use a sugar substitute like stevia sparingly, so you don’t overpower the apple’s natural tang. Next, don’t skimp on cinnamon; it’s key to your chutney’s flavor. To enhance this, toast the cinnamon sticks before adding them in.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I Use Other Types of Fruit to Make This Chutney?

Absolutely, you can use other fruits to make chutney. It’s all about experimenting with flavors you enjoy. Just replace the apples with your chosen fruit and follow the same cooking process. Happy cooking!

How Long Can I Store the Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney?

You’re curious about storage duration, right? Well, you can typically store homemade chutneys for up to a year in a cool, dark place. Once opened, it’s best to consume them within four to six weeks.

Does This Recipe Work for People With Specific Dietary Restrictions, Such as Vegan or Gluten-Free?

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Sugarfree Apple and Cinnamon Chutney

You're in for a treat! We're making a sugarfree apple and cinnamon chutney that's not just delicious, but healthy too. We'll guide you through every step, so you'll be a chutney champion in no time. Plus, we'll share the nutritional benefits and give you some creative serving suggestions. You're about to impress everyone with your culinary skills. Let's get cooking!


  • 1 large Bramley apple when grated – I got 2and a half cups of grated apple
  • 4 and a half heaped tablespoons of any sugar subsitute I used Splenda which is a sugar substitute suitable for diabetics
  • half teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • half teaspoons chilly powder you can use more if you like hot food
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon
  • 3-4 cloves
  • 3-4 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 dried red chili
  • 1 tablespoon sunflower oil


  • Wash and grate the Bramley apple
  • Add the sugar and turmeric to the apple and mix well.
  • Add the Splenda or any sweetener to the grated apples. (If you wish to use sugar – you can add 3-4 tablespoons of sugar)
  • Cook the mixture for 5-6 minutes on a medium heat – until the apple softens.
  • Add the cinnamon to the apples and stir. Cook the apples until there is no moisture and the apples are cooked.
  • Note: When using a sugar substitute, the mixture doesn’t get as runny as when you use sugar.
  • In a small saucepan – prepare the tempering by heating the oil.
  • Add the cumin seeds, red chili, cinnamon sticks and cloves to the oil.
  • Once the cloves pop and the cumin browns, add the tempering to the apple chutney and stir.
  • Allow the mixture to cook for 2 minutes and allow it to cool until ready to be stored in a bottle. This should keep fine for a couple of weeks if kept in the fridge.
  • This chutney is a perfect condiment to serve with an Indian thali or with puris and theplas. I even use the chutney in my sandwiches.

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Absolutely! This recipe’s a great fit for your dietary needs. It’s naturally vegan and gluten-free, so you won’t need to make any alterations. Just be sure to check all your ingredients’ labels before starting.

Can I Use This Chutney Recipe for Canning or Preserving?

Yes, you can use this recipe for canning or preserving. Just ensure you’re following proper canning procedures to maintain its freshness. It’s also important to store it correctly for long-term preservation.

Are There Any Other Spices I Could Use Instead of or in Addition to the Cinnamon?

Sure, you can experiment with various spices. Think about adding nutmeg, clove, or allspice. They’d complement the apple well. But remember, it’s important to balance flavors so one doesn’t overpower the others.


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So, there you have it! A delicious, sugar-free apple and cinnamon chutney that’s as nutritious as it is tasty. With a little creativity, you can serve it in numerous ways. Remember, the key to perfecting this chutney lies in patience and the quality of your ingredients. So, get cooking, tweak it to your liking, and enjoy this delightful condiment.

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Meet Sue Perera, the culinary aficionado behind our captivating recipe hub. An imaginative and talented young woman, Sue has an unwavering passion for all things food – especially those aromatic wonders, cinnamon and thyme. Her deep-seated love for these two unique spices inspired the birth of this website, but don't be fooled – her culinary repertoire extends far beyond these two ingredients.
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