It's that time of year and in many parts of the U.S., September brings an abundance of peaches. Here is a delicious recipe that can be made and preserved for future use. Fruit chutney became the mainstay of South Africa's food bottling industries over the course of the twentieth century. The African word for chutney is blatjang, which is served as a dip normally paired with fried fritters/ bajia or spiced potatoes/viazi karai. It is easy to prepare and can be served with savory dishes as well. OurUkuva African Spices would be a delicious addition of flavor to any chutney recipe!
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