Baxters Albert’s Victorian Chutney is made with a classic blend of spiced fruits, mustard and orange and lemon peel.
It is delicious in all manner of culinary situations, adding a tangy addition to salads, jacket potatoes, sandwiches and the traditional ploughman’s lunch. And this sensational chutney is also suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Baxters is a family business that has been running since 1868, so you know you are in the safest hands with this top quality jar of chutney!
Most popular with customers in France, United States of America (USA), Italy, Korea Republic of, Spain, Sweden, Canada, Bulgaria (Republic) and Japan, but you can buy Baxters Albert's Victorian Chutney for delivery worldwide.
One of our Baxters branded products.
Apples (33%), Sugar, Water, Spirit Vinegar, Dates, Raisins, Brown Sugar, Dried Onions, Salt, Molasses, Modified Maize Starch, Mustard Seeds, Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Dried Ginger, Concentrated Orange Juice, Dried Apricots , Garlic Purée, Spices (Paprika, Cumin, Red Chilli Pepper, Cinnamon), Oregano, Garlic Powder, Sunflower Oil.
- Storage Type: Ambient.
- Store in a cool, dry place. Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 4 weeks. For best before end: See cap.
- Pack Type: Jar.
This is a very tasty extra to accompany cold meats and cheese. A very firm favourite of all the family. One particular favourite, is to put a plate of Welsh rarebit, topped with this deliciously delicately flavoured chutney, Albert and Victoria made by Baxters.... .the plate very quickly empties.
This chutney has a really nicely balanced flavour between sweet and tangy without being too strong. It goes well with different meals and snacks like beef or cheese. I add it to other dishes, too, including pork chops or gammon steaks. It is also great to see that the ingredients used are natural and this is obvious not only from the label but also from the taste of the chutney.
This is the best so far of the chutneys I've tried. Can't really say that it's a 'traditional' chutney, as it's Victorian and chutney is Indian isn't it?
Anyway, it seems to have more of a 'basic chutney' taste to it, without being overwhelmed by one taste, such as tomato, onion, chilli, exotic fruits etc. Maybe I'm just very conservative in my taste, but this is my favourite.
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