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Real Ale Chutney Rhubarb amp; Ginger Jam Cheeseboard Chutney Hot Garlic Pickle Orange with Whisky Marmalade Spicy Tomato amp; Caramelise Onion Chutney
Real Ale Chutney Rhubarb amp; Ginger Jam Cheeseboard Chutney Hot Garlic Pickle Orange with Whisky Marmalade Spicy Tomato amp; Caramelise Onion Chutney
Vegetarian ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Gluten Free ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Ingredients Vegetables 42% [onion, carrots, swede, cauliflower], sugar, brown sugar, malt vinegar, apple, tomato paste, water, real ale (3%) (from BARLEY), dates, thickener: maize starch, salt, lemon, acidity regulator: citric acid, spices, garlic, mustard Sugar, rhubarb (47%), ginger (10%) [ginger, sugar], lemon, gelling agent: pectin, acidity regulator: citric acid. Prepared with 57g of fruit per 100g. Mixed Fruits (42%) [mango, banana, fig, lime], sugar, tomato, onion, spirit vinegar, ginger, pumpkin seeds, water, spices, garlic, thickener: maize starch, salt, chilli, acidity regulator : citric acid. Sugar, garlic (27%), water, white wine vinegar, thickener: maize starch, mustard seed, sunflower oil, spices, salt, acidity regulator: citric acid, red chilli. Seville oranges, sugar, whisky (4.1%). Prepared with 54g of fruit per 100g. Tomatoes (44%) (tomatoes, tomato juice, citric acid), sugar, onion (11%), spirit vinegar, water, tomato paste (2.5%), plums, thickener: maize starch, spices, salt, sunflower oil, garlic, brown mustard seeds, acidity regulator: citric acid.
Paired with This Real Ale Chutney is the perfect answer to your finest Ploughman’s supper! Spread this Rhubarb amp; Ginger Jam generously on warm buttered crumpets or croissants. This fruity favourite is an absolute must-have for cheese and crackers after dinner. Try this Hot Garlic Pickle coated on chicken wings before cooking instead of the usual BBQ sauce. Serve this marmalade on warm toast for a boozy breakfast. Dad’s favourite! This sweet chutney is a great accompaniment to all soft cheeses - truly delicious!

The Cherry Tree Real Ale Chutney 2 X 320g jar Dual-Pack

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