While many of our products had humble – or even accidental – origins, Old Farmhouse Chutney had a TV debut. Created in 1995, Jonathan King demonstrated the recipe for this Company Classic on an episode of Martha Stewart Living. Today, our chutney is still made with the same thoughtful ingredients and careful attention to small batches. Perhaps always destined for stardom, this company icon is up for any role your kitchen can come up with!
A famous Indian mainstay, chutney is an exotic, fruity, relish-like condiment that can be made with almost anything. Although common throughout India, recipes vary regionally and are made with local harvests.
In the tradition of our own local harvest, we created this now-classic recipe. The combination of apples, cranberries, peaches, apricots and raisins are mixed with a variety of spices for an explosion of flavor. The sweet, tart and zesty notes of this chutney will surely exceed your expectations as a delicious spread or as a uniquely scrumptious ingredient.
Its qualities don’t stop with how good it tastes – this chutney’s versatility is not to be overlooked. Surprise your guests with a savory bread pudding, or puff pastry baked with chutney and brie. It goes great on shrimp, on pork and gives chicken salad a whole new personality. Not to mention it makes the best homemade turkey burgers ever! Our favorite way to use it is in our classic Old Farmhouse Chutney Cheese Ball. A tip from our kitchen – instead of one large cheese ball for large gatherings, try individual cheese balls with pretzel sticks.
Old Farmhouse Chutney Cheese Ball
- 16 ounces cream cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup Stonewall Kitchen Old Farmhouse Chutney
- 1/4 cup scallions, diced
- 1 clove garlic, crushed
- Dash of salt
- Dash of pepper
- 1/2 cup Colby cheese, shredded
- 1/2 cup Monterey Jack cheese, shredded
- 1/2 cup pecans
- Mix together the cream cheese, Old Farmhouse Chutney, scallion, garlic, salt and pepper.
- Fold in the Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses.
- Form the mixture into a bowl and roll into the chopped pecans. Garnish with sliced apples.