Lilly Pillies are trees native to Australia and south-east Asia and are extremely popular in Australian gardens, particularly for hedges or topiary. They produce edible red berries which, although not very tasty by themselves, can be made into a delicious spiced chutney.
Try pitting them with an olive/cherry pitter. - 28 May 2017
I made double the recipe - made 3 small jars + 3 medium jars. I also omitted the chilli (not a fan), and next time will reduce the all spice by half, as it was a bit too spicy for me. Otherwise it's a great tasting chutney, tastes great with most meats, and it's easy to make (removing seeds took about an hour but was worth it)! - 23 Mar 2017
Tried this and loved it. The chilli flakes add a degree of warmth without being too spicy and the sultana / lilly pilly combo is awesome. Time to start harvesting my garden hedge!! - 02 Feb 2016