Chutney is a delicious condiment that can be used to spice up a number of dishes, such as curries, sandwiches, and much more.
The amazing thing about chutney is that it can be made from almost any fruit, including the sweet and juicy apricots!
Today I’ve found the 25 best apricot chutney recipes for you to try for yourself!
1. Easy Apricot Chutney Recipe By Fusion Craftiness
This first recipe combines the traditional Indian chutney’s recipe with spices and sweetness to give it its own unique taste and aroma.
It only takes 45 minutes to make and works well for a number of dishes, ensuring that you never waste a drop of your new favorite chutney.
2. Apricot Chutney by Epicurious
The next chutney is incredibly simple and easy to make, with a limited method that would be difficult for anyone to get wrong.
Previous users of this recipe loved how the sweetness of the apricots balanced the sourness of the other ingredients. They also raved about how it could be paired with almost any meat.
3. Apricot Chutney by Tasty Indian Recipes
This recipe uses apricots, almonds, spices, and more to provide you with an amazing amount of flavor with every bite. It is a slightly more extensive recipe than others online, but the extra effort is more than worth it.
You can store this chutney for up to eight months, so it’s all worth it in the end.
4. Spiced Apricot and Orange Chutney by Delia Online
The best thing about this chutney is that it yields a 1 ¾ pint of chutney, so you won’t have to worry about making it again for a while!
It pairs apricots with oranges, sultanas, and ginger to offer you a taste of Christmas in a bottle – that you can use all year round.
5. Apricot Chutney by From The Grapevine
Make six cups of apricot chutney with this easy to follow recipe that only takes 15 minutes prep and 30 minutes of cooking time.
All of the spices used in this recipe are sweet so as not to overpower the flavor of the fruit and push the apricots to the background.
6. Spiced Apricot Chutney by New Idea Food
Use Chinese five-spice powder to transform the flavor of this chutney, as well as paprika to completely cement its Asian-influenced flavor and aroma.
Best served with meat or cheese, New Idea Food’s chutney incorporates apricots, apples, onions, ginger, and even chillies to keep the flavor going.
7. Cranberry-Apricot Chutney by Delicious Living
Cranberry jelly is already a perfect combination with turkey around the holidays, but why stop there? Add apricots into the mix and you have yourself a party favorite.
Plus, it’s not to be celebrated just on holidays, either, so enjoy this chutney all year round.
8. Chunky Plum and Apricot Chutney by Tinned Tomatoes
Pairing plums with apricots is a million-dollar idea – double up the sweetness by adding more of the same, but different.
You’ll be able to pick up on the subtle differences of these two fruits, both accentuated by the added apple, onions, tomatoes, and cinnamon sticks.
9. Fresh Apricot Chutney by My Recipes
This recipe only yields two cups, but the flavor of the chutney is so powerful that you won’t need that much to add to each meal.
This sweet condiment makes you feel like you’re eating dessert and dinner all in one, with raisins, sugar, and honey all adding to the sugar rush.
10. Apricot Chutney by Food
Another recipe with an incredibly short method, Food only requires you to follow three steps to make this simple yet brilliant apricot chutney.
The best thing about this recipe is that while you can eat it straight away, the flavor only gets better the longer you leave it. So, don’t eat it all at once!
11. Apple and Apricot Chutney by Mountain Bakery
Lots of apples paired with your apricots can only mean one thing – a delicious chutney that can be served year-round and given to friends and family as gifts during the holidays.
Pair with some strong cheese and a few crackers, and people will be begging for this recipe! Guaranteed party pleaser.
12. Cherry-Apricot Chutney by Eating Rules
Cherries and apricots go hand in hand and are among the best-pitted fruits out there, in my opinion. So, why don’t I use them in more dishes together?
Perhaps after you taste this delicious and naturally sweet chutney, you’ll start utilizing them alongside each other more.
13. Rhubarb-Apricot Chutney by The Perfect Pantry
Enjoy a sweet and tart chutney with the help of this recipe that calls for onions, golden raisins, lemon juice, ginger, allspice, cayenne pepper, and more.
There is so much going on within this chutney that you might think it would be overpowering, but you’d be wrong! Try it for yourself and see.
14. Apricot Chutney by Akis Petretzikis
Not only does this recipe offer you an extensive ingredient list and a method on how to make the apricot chutney, but it also tells you exactly what to pair it with and how to serve it. I
f you’re new to hosting and need a crowd-pleaser without having to make it up yourself, try this recipe out for size! You’ll be guaranteed to impress everyone at the party with this charcuterie board.
15. Fresh Apricot Chutney by Eat Wine Blog
You will only need 13 ingredients for this fresh apricot chutney, and compiling them together and cooking shouldn’t take you any longer than one hour.
Pair two types of sugar with mustard, and you might be thinking that you don’t like the sound of this recipe – but try it first, because I guarantee you’re about to change your mind.
16. Apricot Chutney by All Recipes
A South African recipe, this one leaves you with a deliciously spiced chutney that can be paired with anything. It takes 1 hour and 20 minutes to make 3 ¼ cups of apricot chutney, which is roughly 50 servings.
This recipe is incredibly simple with apricots being the only fruit found within it.
17. Easy Spiced Apricot and Almond Chutney by Larder Love
If your pantry is looking a little bare of condiments, why not mix up a batch of this apricot and almond chutney?
There is so much flavor to enjoy, but also texture! Who knew adding almonds into chutney for an extra crunch could be so revolutionary in the kitchen? Try this chutney and you’ll never use it store-bought again.
18. Spicy Apricot Chutney by Eat Smarter
If you’re looking for a simple yet amazing recipe, look no further than this one by Eat Smarter. It incorporates apricots, chile peppers, lime leaves, orange juice, ginger, and more to bring you an explosion of flavors in your mouth.
Pair with cheese, chicken, or sandwiches for a multi-dimensional meal.
19. Apricot Chutney by SB Canning
While the classic flavors come through with the traditional ingredients such as onions, ginger, and cider vinegar.
However, why stop there? Add apricots and apples to give it a uniquely sweet flavor that is unmatched by any other chutney on the store shelves.
20. Apricot and Apple Chutney by Farmers Girl Kitchen
Make this chutney and you’ll be able to enjoy countless servings of thick and chunky chutney. The mixture of textures works amazingly well together and keeps you loving the different levels of sweetness with every bite.
Serve with any meal and enjoy!
21. Minty Apple-Apricot Chutney by Veg Kitchen
Mint is the ideal addition to almost every recipe – what can’t be enhanced by a spring of mint? Apricot chutney is no different and the mint leaves a refreshing and enjoyable flavor to an already supreme condiment.
This recipe is easy to make and simple too, so make as much as you want.
22. Apricot and Date Chutney by Philippa Moore
This chutney recipe makes an amazingly impressive yield, and you’ll be able to fill around 12 jars with the sticky sweet condiment. Enjoy the act of gift-giving and share the love with this apricot and date chutney!
23. Sweet and Spicy Apricot Chutney by My Indian Way
As far as recipes go, you can’t get simpler than the sweet and spicy apricot chutney recipe I’ve linked here.
All you need to do is dump the ingredients into a pan and allow all of the ingredients to cook together for an hour. Then you can store and enjoy it for months to come!
24. Spiced Apricot Chutney by Farro
The warming sweetness of this spiced apricot chutney is ideal for the wintertime. Either make it just in time for the holidays or start in summer and allow it to mature in your pantry for a few months before opening it in the colder months.
25. Gluten-Free Apricot Chutney by Cook Me
If you’re looking for a gluten-free chutney that you can serve to all of your friends no matter what their dietary requirements are, this is the recipe for you.
Thanks to the long shelf life on it, you can also store it for months so that you’re never out whenever they come over.