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The kumquat is an oval fruit of less than 5 centimeters long, with a very sweet orange-yellow skin and a bitter and sour taste inside, very appreciated for its high value in vitamin C.
Today you will learn how to prepare a kumquat chutney, which you can use both to go along with meat, to combine with a cheese table, or to spread on breakfast toast, as if it were jam.
That’s it. You can eat it as soon as it gets cold, though it is best is to let it rest for a couple of days, so that the different flavors are accentuated even more.
As you can see, this kumquat chutney recipe is super easy. Try it, this kumquat chutney is a delicious complement to many dishes that is worth having always at hand in your kitchen.