Tomato and Nigella Chutney

(8 customer reviews)

£3.85

2 star Great Taste Award 2010 winner. Mr Vikki’s tomato and nigella can be is used on everything – hot and cold food, cheese, meats and fish. The lightly spiced flavour is a sweet and sour tomato taste with distinctive Nigella (black onion seeds).

Abu at the Indiagate restaurant put it in his Bombay Aloo made with fresh tomatoes and it tasted outstanding!

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Additional information

Weight 0.21 kg

Heat O Meter

Mild

Our mild products have a hint of chilli in them to warm your cockles without leaving much heat in your mouth. A focus here is on delicious combinations of ingredients and flavours.

Ingredients

Fresh Tomatoes (65%), Sugar, Spirit Vinegar, Fresh Ginger, Peppers, Garlic, Nigella Seeds, Rapeseed Oil, Mustard, Salt and Spices. Allergens listed in bold. May contain traces of nuts.

8 reviews for Tomato and Nigella Chutney

  1. smiffy

    Absolutely the best (none hot) chutney I have ever had. The taste is amazing, great on a cheese sarnie or owt you like. I could eat straight from the jar.

  2. nikhil

    Great fresh unique last a treat to eat.

  3. czfl58

    Very tasty, not hot, now my staple condiment. Makes brilliant cheese on toast 🙂

  4. Gill Nagle (verified owner)

    Love this chutney. I can’t take anything too hot so this is perfect. Difficult not to keep dipping into the jar! Will epode finitely be ordering again,

  5. G

    Just superb. Try it with Brie on salt and pepper crackers… nom

  6. Jan (verified owner)

    Perfect! My favourite chutney which I can’t live without.

  7. Chloe (verified owner)

    I need to buy this by the case load. I love it! On toast, in a sandwich, dip your chips in, Whatever! The only issue is whenever I take it into work people always want to try it because it smells so good, then they want to pinch it! Can’t get enough of it. Mmmmm.

  8. Lily Regan

    This is my favourite chutney. You don’t need much but it adds so much complexity to a cheese sandwich. Amazing stuff.

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