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You might still have lots of apples lying around and after the end of the month there is bound to be pumpkins.

I know you like chutney,and if you are tired of Pumpkin Pie here is something different to use them up.

Pumpkin on sticks served with Apple Chutney

For the

Apple Chutney. you will need
500gr.Cooking Apples, peeled and cut in small pieces

2-3 Dessertspoons of Sultanas

225gr. Sugar

150ml Vinegar,if possible apple

1 Dessertspoons of freshly grated Ginger

1/2 stick of Cinnamon

1/2 Teaspoon ground Cloves

1/2 Teaspoon ground Pepper

Cook all ingredients by small to medium heat (circa 25min.) until the consistency of jam is reached. Leave to cool.

It can also be filled in clean warm jars, shut tightly and kept up to six months in cool dark storage space.

Pumpkin on sticks

800gr flesh of a firm Pumpkin cut into 2,5-3cm. squares

Salt and pepper

12 Strips of Bacon circa 3cm. wide

Butter to baste

Thin wooden or metal skewers or sticks

Sprinkle pumpkin pieces with salt and pepper.

Wrap bacon around 1/2 of the given amount of pumpkin.

Stick alternate pumpkin pieces on skewers, one with and one without bacon. Brush with melted butter.

Place on baking paper on a baking tray.

Bake at 220° C in preheated oven for circa 25min. Turn at half time.

Serve immediately with Chutney.

En Guete.


Comments on: "Pumpkin on sticks with Apple Chutney." (2)

  1. I don’t recall you ever making this.
    Sounds very sweet.
    Will see, I’m off on Friday, maybe cooking would be something relaxing to do…….

  2. No,that’s Pumpkin Pie.
    Enjoy yourself and it.

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