The use of cayenne pepper is optional. Quantity can be increased for hotter version or omitted for milder version.
The chutney will keep for about 9 months if stored in a dark cupboard.
Not necessary to refrigerate this after opening, but I recommend to refrigerate the chutney in summer.
I used this recipe to use a glut of apricots we received. My dh loves chutneys with his curries. He LOVES this recipe! Good thing as I preserved at least a years supply. Lol! - 05 Feb 2012
I had trouble converting ml to mg. Where I come from ml is used for liquids, not solids or powders. I had to search the internet for a conversion. However, 25mg seemed a lot of coriander so just used my instincts. I also used Splenda instead of sugar and added about 2 tablespoons of mustard seeds and 5 bay leaves as I didn't want this to be too sweet. Turned out delicious! - 28 Dec 2014