What is Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar is made by crushing apples, extracting the juice and allowing it to ferment - which gives it a sour taste that makes it a great cooking ingredient and even a popular addition to beauty routines.
Did you know...
Apple Cider Vinegar was used by the Ancient Greek doctor, Hippocrates.
How can I buy Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider (sometimes spelt ‘Cyder’) is available as a cooking ingredient or in supplement form.
What does Apple Cider Vinegar taste like?
Apple Cider Vinegar is sweet and sour in flavour.
How can I try Apple Cider Vinegar?
You can use Apple Cider Vinegar in salad dressings or sauces for an extra little ‘punch’.
Apple and Pear Chutney
Please note that this makes 1KG of Chutney
You'll need to sterilise some jars to store your chutney. Any glass jar with a tight-fitting lid will do. Wash all jars thoroughly in hot water and dry completely. If you’re using old jars, remove labels. Warm the dry jars in a low oven (140°C/275°F/Gas 1) for about half an hour. The heat will kill any germs and sterilise the jars. Fill the jars to the top while they are warm, being careful not to trap in any air, then cover with cling film before securing the lid. Your chutney should keep for up to six months. It will taste better if you leave it to develop for a month. They make great gifts, too!