Chutney is a popular British condiment for everything from cheese to roasts.

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Instead of buying a jar, try these five easy DIY recipes including tangy cranberry-quince chutney and a sweet-spicy Caribbean-inspired version.

1. Bacon, Fennel and Apple Chutney

Try this sweet-and-smoky recipe with crackers, spread on a grilled cheddar sandwich or served with roasted pork.

Bacon, Fennel and Apple Chutney

2. Cranberry-Quince Chutney

Chef Shawn McClains combines tart cranberries and quince with apples, raisins and sugar, as well as cider vinegar and spices for a tangy chutney.

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3. Puddletown Pub Chutney

Made from slow-simmered apples, sweet onions and stout beer, this sweet-savory chutney is stellar with sharp cheddar and charcuterie.

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4. Tropical Fruit Chutney

Chef Bradford Thompson created this chutney to balance some of the fiery Jamaican dishes he likes to cook at home.

Tropical Fruit Chutney
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5. Cheater's Chutney

Curry powder adds terrific spice to this apricot-based chutney.

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