(1). ORGANIC TOMATO CHUTNEY
A seriously sophisticated chutney from the 126-year-old foodie firm Wilkin & Sons. As well as a slight bitter edge, it?s rich in umami flavours from the salted tomatoes and, best of all, it costs less than £2.
2. INDIAN MANGO
The curry-house favourite reaches new heights with this concoction from award-winning picklers and chutney-makers Tracklements. It's made only from fresh mangoes and has all lush, juicy flavour you'd imagine.
3. SWEET PICKLED CUCUMBER
You don't get much more artisan than this chutney, which is made by Emily Davies in tiny batches at her farm in Dorset. A combination of cucumbers and onions in a sweet pickle, laced with mustard seeds.
4. DAYLESFORD ORGANIC APPLE & CHILLI CHUTNEY
This hot and smoky chutney is just the thing to perk up leftover chicken or sex-up smoked fish. Plus it?s organic, GM-free and doesn't contain any additives.
If beetroot chutney isn't enough to strike fear into your heart, then the jar's suggestion of pairing it with shepherd's pie or salad probably is. However, it is, in fact, a delicious accompaniment to both.
6. HARVEST CHUTNEY
Warming, rich as you like and full of oniony flavours - this chutney from Prince Charles's Duchy Originals is a force to be reckoned when paired with a ploughman's.
7. OLD ENGLISH CHUTNEY WITH CIDER
No pork pie should be allowed on a plate without a dollop of this at its side. The spiky cider flavour complements the dates, onions and green beans marvellously.
8. FLORENTINE FRUIT & NUT
Bring a bit of renaissance Florence to your cheeseboard with this decadent chutney with its luscious mix of apricots, almonds and fresh dates.
9. WOODBRIDGE CHUTNEY
Another humdinger from Emily Davies - though this time it's an ideal accompaniment to blue cheese. A fine mix of spices and pears.
10. HOT PEAR CHUTNEY
This chutney certainly packs a mighty punch with |its heady mix of chillis, ginger and coriander. Great with cold meats, even better with warm - it's an unsurpassed all-rounder. Top of form.