Sultanas are the dried seedless grapes that give the world that delicious rich taste. They are sweet, tangy, and delicious. In many regions, sultanas are often used in sweets like halwa or laddoos but also make for good chutneys. Here is one of the amazing recipes for a tasty and delicious Sultanas Almond Chutney that you can try out today!



The ingredients you need to make this delicious and tasty sultana Almond Chutney are:

  • 700 grams of Sultanas Raisins.
  • 30g almonds.
  • 60 fresh ginger, finely chopped or grated (about 1 ½ teaspoon).
  • 60 grams salt (about 1 tablespoon).
  • 350g moist brown sugar (about ¾ cup).
  • 15g red dried chilies, thinly sliced crosswise and seeded if you like less heat in your chutney.
  • 350g lime juice (about 3 ½ tablespoons). 60g garlic, finely chopped or grated (about 1 ½ teaspoon).


  • Soak the Sultanas in the vinegar for about 24 hours
  • Blanch the almonds and then remove the skin
  • Peel the ginger and garlic cloves and then cut them into thin slices
  • Mix the Sultanas and vinegar, almonds, ginger and garlic, brown sugar, salt, and red chilies in a saucepan and let it boil for 5 minutes on slow flame.
  • Remove from the flame and keep it aside until it cools down

You can eat this chutney with many other combinations

You can use this chutney as a spread on your favorite bread, just like peanut butter or any other nut butter. You can also use it with sandwiches and wraps for a delicious flavor. Moreover, you can use this chutney as a dip for chips and cookies too! To get the best results out of this recipe, we recommend using dried apricots instead of sultanas since they have more flavor and sweetness than sultanas do.  But if you don’t have dried apricots at home, go ahead with sultanas because they still make an amazing chutney! You can also add some lemon juice to your almond chutney recipe if you want something tangy along with sweet-tasting flavors. It’s totally up to you!

Keep chilled when not eating.

Once you’ve created your delicious sultanas and almond chutney, it’s time to eat. And don’t worry about keeping the leftovers; this recipe will keep for up to a week in the fridge. To serve, simply spoon the sultanas and almond chutney into a bowl and layer it with your choice of cheese. This combination works particularly well with halloumi, but feel free to experiment with your favorite cheeses! Serve with a crisp green salad and some crusty bread. Your cheese board will be ready in no time, and you’ll have plenty of leftovers to enjoy over the next week or so.


With this recipe, you will have a delicious and tasty Sultanas Almond Chutney that you can serve with chapattis, and naan.