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  1. In a food processor add the pineapple, coriander, ginger, garlic, chili and red onion and pulse until you have what I can only describe as textured mush lol
  2. Put this mixture into a bowl and add the chia seeds, lime, honey, salt, pepper and turmeric and stir well to combine.
  3. Spoon the chutney into an airtight/sealable container, allow it to sit over night in your fridge so that the flavours are enhanced and the chia seeds swell.
  4. Keep refrigerated for a week.

You will need:

3 cups of fresh diced pineapple

½ cup of fresh coriander

¼ cup of diced red onion

¼ cup of diced fresh ginger

¼ cup of chia seeds

1 diced red chili ( as much or as little as you wish)

2 cloves of minced garlic

1 tablespoon of honey

The juice of 1 lime

¼ teaspoon of turmeric

¼ teaspoon of black pepper

A pinch of salt

Pineapple Chia Chutney

We all know how wondrous and healthy chia seeds are...they have the magic ability to swell in liquid to create a thicker consistency, perfect for chia puddings and absolutely wonderful for homemade jam. So while thinking along those lines, I thought why not try them in a no bake chutney.

I adore pineapple and so I thought why not try this combination which I've found pairs well with any grilled meats, fish or as an alternative to shop bought mango chutney to go with my onion bahjis and popodums ;)

Tailor the spice to suit your pallet and enjoy this fresh and fruity delight.

Pineapple Chia Chutney