Dips and Chutneys from The Hearth and Soul Hop

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Welcome to the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop, the weekly blog hop for recipes for healthy and delicious comfort food recipes, as well as articles about healthy living, real / slow / local / sustainable food, foraging, herbal remedies, organics and gardening. If you are new to the hop, please read our Mission Statement and Guidelines.

Thank you to everyone who visited and shared with the hop last week. Today I am featuring delicious dips and chutneys from last week’s hop.

Photo credit MJ's Kitchen

Photo credit MJ’s Kitchen

Roasted Bell Pepper Almond Cheese Spread from MJ’s Kitchen

Fig and Avocado Salsa from Small Footprint Family

Apple Carrot Chutney from Sahasra Recipes

Crock Pot Sweet Apple Chutney from Stacey Makes Cents

Right, on with the Hearth & Soul Hop!

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Alea of Premeditated Leftovers

Judy of Savoring Today

Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen

and me, April of The 21st Century Housewife.

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Article by April Harris

April has written 1236 great articles for us.
April is a food, lifestyle and travel writer who lives in Berkshire, England. She shares inspiration, tips and trends for anyone who loves food, cooking, entertaining, fashion, travel and the finer things in life at her blog, AprilJHarris.com.
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Comments

  1. Hi April,
    Your features of Dips and Chutneys look great. I just love Chutney’s and the special flavor they have. I am sharing my Slow Cooker Baked Pinto’s for the party today. Looks like you are busy having fun every week, I look forward to seeing where you are going next.
    Miz Helen

    • Hi Miz Helen, I’m a big fan of dips and chutneys too 🙂 Your Slow Cooker Baked Pintos look wonderful. Thank you for sharing them. I really have been keeping busy. I’m off to Ireland next week, and Canada the week after that. x

  2. Thank you for another lovely party! 🙂

    Love, Joy
    Yesterfood

  3. Hi April! Thank you for hosting and I hope you’re enjoying the weather – we certainly are!

    I shared a post about the reason I tried a gluten free diet and how I’m sure it has cured my illness.

    Have a wonderful sunny week 🙂

    • Hi Vicky! I am loving this wonderful weather! Congratulations on the book, and thank you for sharing your experience 🙂 Hope you are having a wonderful week too!

  4. Thank you for the party, April. Hope you are doing well. This summer has been busy and I feel disconnected with everyone!

  5. Chutney is such an essential thing for any cheese lover… it’s much harder to buy in the US than the UK, so I’m looking with great interest at these recipes.

    • It really is, Pauline! I love chutney too. The recipes seem to be getting much more straight-forward these days and they are for smaller quantities which I really like.

  6. Hey April – thanks so much for the feature!!! Now I need to go check out the other recipes and some of the ones linked up this week. Thanks for hosting and hope you’re having a wonderful week!

  7. Link exchange is nothing else except it is only placing the other person’s webpage link on your page at appropriate place and other person will also do same in favor of you.