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Spices are great additions to chutneys

Chutney can be served tapas style or with meat

When preparing hundreds of meals a day in a restaurant, it can be very difficult for caterers to break with routine to come up with something new and distinctive.

However, this does not necessarily need to be such an arduous task, as bringing a unique twist to a classic can be relatively straightforward.

Offering different chutneys or relishes as an accompaniment to meat dishes is a great way to bring a new taste sensation to the meal.

Author of First Preserves: Chutneys Vivien Lloyd said that all it takes to prepare such a sauce is to slow cook a mixture of fruit and vegetables.

"They can often be mixed with onions and then spices, vinegar and sugar," she added.

However, those who are really pushed for time could have a browse through our Bick's range of relishes and salsa - as these could be very convenient to have in the kitchen.

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