Indian wedding chutney – the stuff of celebrations!

April 15, 2010 at 1:02 pm 3 comments

A very quick post tonight for Mr L and I have just returned from a tremendous dinner with BFs and it’s late.  I think it’s important to tell you now about Indian Wedding Chutney.  If you’ve not had it, you need it. 

Indian Wedding Chutney - the stuff of legend

Indian Wedding Chutney - the stuff of legend

The Indian Wedding Chutney that my family loves is from the Little Hand Stirred Jam Shop at Berrima in the Southern Highlands.  You can order it online, or you can stop in and buy it by the bucket load.  

I have it on toasted sandwiches, on melts, on normal sandwiches (all with GF bread of course) and it’s also very good with cheese on crackers.  It’s sweet and moorish, and I’m very sad to tell you that I’ve just run out of mine.  (Note to self, pool family interest into large shipment of Indian Wedding Chutney!)

This isn’t a blog about the Little Hand Stirred Jam shop, but if it were, it would tell you that there’s so much to see and buy there – this chutney is just the tip of the iceberg.

Check it out for yourself!

The low down
The Hand-Stirred Jam Shop claims to have the largest variety of high quality country-made produce in the Southern Highlands.
 
Address: 1/9 Old Hume Highway,
Berrima, 2577
Phone: 02 4877 1404
Fax: 02 4877 1086
E-Mail: cloonans@bigpond.net.au

Best chutney secrets

What is your favourite chutney and where can it be found?  I have a ham, tomato, avocado and cheese sandwich in mind for lunch tomorrow and without chutney it will feel naked!  Help me save this sandwich from a sad future without a fruity pal!

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Abir  |  April 16, 2010 at 7:34 am

    OK – I’m hankering for some of that chutney now. I’ll have to make some sort of approximation of that downstairs. Actually I might drive to mum’s, I’m sure she’ll have something to satisfy.

    Reply
    • 2. myfavouritefruits  |  April 16, 2010 at 10:59 pm

      Hey Arbs – Mr L and I will be heading down to Berrima next weekend to get some, so let me know how much you want and we can get some for you too. xx

      Reply
  • […] finished up and decided we’d take the opportunity to visit Berrima.  You may know that Indian Wedding Chutney has been a staple in my family home as I’ve grown up.  I can’t remember when Nanna […]

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