Nana’s Fruit Chutney [ 350g ]
NEW – I fell in love with this classic Aussie Fruit Chutney as a child visiting my grandparents in the beautiful rural town of Boorowa, NSW in the 1970’s. Every year Nana would jar up a big batch which lasted until it lasted. When gone, we’d have to wait again until next year. You don’t have to. On a piece of cheese, a fresh ham roll or a hardy ploughman’s lunch I hope you fall in love with this chutney too.
Tomato, onion, pear, apple, vinegar, sugar, curry powder, mustard powder and seeds, salt.
Dairy Free | Gluten Free | Kid Friendly | Vegan
21 in stock
Open jar, get busy and enjoy…
Get creative; it’s an ideal ingredient to elevate life and everyday cooking.
Scrambled, fried, poached? with bacon? a few sausages? on sour dough? maybe a roti wrap? Mrs Liks’ Nana’s Fruit Chutney makes boring old breakfast into a cafe delight at home.
Cheese and chutney
A good book, a glass of wine, a nice slab of cheddar.. just add Mrs Liks’ Nana’s Fruit Chutney to make it perfect.
One of our favourite holiday style lunches. Relaxed, picky, simple. Ham, cheddar cheese, fresh bread, apple, tomato, Mrs Liks’ Nana’s Fruit Chutney. You can get more fancy but we think simple is just right.
Roast rare beef roll
A fluffy soft bread roll, a few slices of cold rare roast beef and ripe Roma tomato, a touch of mayo, some crisp lettuce and a generous smear of Mrs Liks Nana’s Fruit Chutney. You could add some rocket or just wallow in the pure indulgent simplicity…
Ham and brie roll
A fresh soft baguette, a handful of thinly sliced ham off the bone, a few good slices of a good gooey brie, a sprinkle of baby rocket and a generous whack of Mrs Liks’ Nana’s Fruit Chutney. Simple, perfect.
Bangers and mash
Sexing up a simple classic.. drizzle or dollop no-one cares
Lots or not many, how big is your spoon?
Refrigerate after opening
Although we take all possible care to ensure that all our dishes only contain their listed ingredients with no cross contamination, we are unable to guarantee that any dish is completely free of any residual allergens. Our kitchen is used to produce a wide array of dishes, some of which may contain common allergens such as nuts, seafood, eggs, wheat, etc. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions on firstname.lastname@example.org