The gorgeous Mary-Anne dropped off my copy of Devil of a Cookbook last night, whilst I had dinner & kids homework on the go. I reluctantly put in on the coffee table, waiting until after the mad rush of after school activities was done before picking it up and browsing.
I love a good chutney, and I love that my Thermomix can make one for me in the blink of an eye and without much bother. The recipe for Apricot Chutney on page 40 of this beautiful cookbook does not disappoint.
The most time consuming step is soaking the dried apricots for 2 hours! Once that’s done everything else is complete within 35 minutes!
Thank you to Fiona Hoskin for putting together this lovely book, if you would like to get yourself a copy click here to be directed to the Thermomix Australia website. If you are on Facebook, you can like the Devil of a Cookbook community page by clicking here.
Here is my bottled Apricot Chutney!
I will gradually work my way through the balance of the amazing recipes, up high on the list Hearty Seafood Chowder on page 53, Anise Scented Cured Salmon on page 56, Smoked Salmon Mousse page 68 and Coconut & Sultana Loaf page 107.