Buy now: Balsamic and onion chutney 730 g
KoRo presents: the big ABC of chutney! From A for apple to Z for zucchini, the spicy spread is your delicious companion in the kitchen in all varieties. And because we like to be as diverse as possible, you get something delicious from both sides of the alphabet with our balsamic onion chutney - an incredible spread you have to try and what better time than summertime to try it? Our chutney is the perfect edition to your UK summer barbecue!
We caramelise fresh onions and refine them with chilli, oregano and salt, before deglazing them with balsamic vinegar and red wine to make the balsamic and onion chutney. Finally, we boil it down and round it off with agave syrup instead of refined sugar. In the end, the jar contains a sweet and sour sauce that captivates with its fine flavour of caramelised onions. Spicy, but not too hot and of course vegan!
What is chutney? A British classic
Chutney is a spicy, sweet and sour or hot mixture of sauce, jam and spread, which has its origins in India. Fruit and/or vegetables are boiled down together with spices, similarly to jam, and traditionally served with rice or curry. Typical varieties include tomato chutney, pear chutney, zucchini chutney, pumpkin chutney, fig and mango chutney.
Chutney for cheese, bread and burgers
Ready for a quick and delicious meal? One plop and off you go: our aromatic spread with small caramelised onion pieces is convincing with cheese, on a quick sandwich and as a sauce for a juicy artichoke burger or aubergine burger. Take a break from ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard and tempt your taste buds with a spicy highlight for your savoury summer dishes!
Buy balsamic onion chutney and spice up your summer meals
The U in chutney stands for "unreal", the N for "no limits" and the E as in "extremely delicious"! There is no more room for improvement with our balsamic onion chutney: caramelised onions, balsamic vinegar, red wine and agave syrup make for a wonderfully aromatic quartet that even turns a quick cheese sandwich into the highlight of the day. Get the all-rounder for the kitchen: buy KoRo's chutney now!
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|Average nutritional values||per 100 g|
|Calorific value (in kj/kcal)||551 / 130|
|thereof saturated fatty acids||0 g|
|thereof sugar||30 g|
|Dietary fiber||1.3 g|
|Nutrition traces||Nutrition traces|
|Shipping||Delivery time outside of Germany|
KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
|Storage Advice||Store at room temperature. Refrigerate after opening.|
|Ingredients||36 % chopped red onions, 33 % agave syrup, 20 % balsamic vinegar (wine vinegar, grape must, antioxidant: SULPHUR DIOXIDE; colour: ammonium sulphite sugar couleur), red wine (contains SULPHITE), thickener: pectin; Kalahari salt, chilli with seeds, oregano.|
|Cross contamination||No further allergens contained according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.|
|Best before date||30.04.2025|
|Trade Name||Onion chutney with balsamic vinegar sweetened with agave syrup|
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The delicate flavor of caramelized onions and the mild acidity give all dishes that certain something. Also at the barbecue it was the highlight on the table. I also find the consistency perfect, almost like jam, you can spread it so well on's bread.
Now it is a chutney
After we already had the previous balsamic onion chutney and had not used it as a chutney at all, but to season salads and vegetables, but were also very satisfied with the taste, we were now very pleasantly surprised what awaited us when we opened the jar. Onion chutney that deserves the name. Very tasty and balanced. And also this can be used perfectly for seasoning.
I ordered the chutney when the news came of the improved recipe. I have no comparison to the old product, but now it really kicks ass. It has jam consistency and a balanced flavor. We've had it in salad dressing and on the burger so far and it's won everyone over. For the quantity, I think the price is reasonable given the quality ingredients.
Chutney ... leader nein
Unfortunately, this has nothing to do with chutney for me either. Normally it should have the consistency of jam. It is also much too acetic and hardly edible in the form. I mix it now under pasta sauces or in dressings. On consistency and taste I would work again ... you can also see in the product pictures that it is partly too liquid.
I find the idea good. For me, unfortunately, it was much too sour and too thin. Not suitable as a spread. Also, there could be significantly more onions in it. Perhaps it can be produced with a new recipe more pleasant to eat.
Does not have much to do with chutney.
Unfortunately, totally watery and hardly any onions in it. More like diluted vinegar with a few strings. Very disappointing in taste.