Do you ever find yourself wondering how to enhance your favorite foods? Classics like ketchup and mustard get boring and don’t work on a lot of dishes. That’s why we believe chutneys are a great condiment to have around: they use bold and bright flavors to enhance their main course counterparts. The rich and flavorful aspects of both chutneys and pâtés work in harmony – making them our pairing of choice this springtime.

Four Pairings for you to Try at Home:

1. Pheasant Rosemary Pâté + Spiced Plum Chutney

This pairing brings the holiday spirit to any time of the year. Bold, deep flavors on both ends make these two perfect to stand alone as appetizers.

Find more information about our Pheasant Rosemary Pâté here, and a recipe for Spiced Plum Chutney here.

2. Campagne + Tamarind Chutney

A tamarind chutney is one of the most popular, and its thick yet saucy texture makes it perfect for drizzling over an aged cheese or a pâté or spread onto a slice of bread. Its sweet and sour taste pairs especially well with our Pâté de Campagne which features pork and sherry. Enjoy with a bed of fresh greens, such as arugula or spinach.

Find more information about our Pâté de Campagne and a recipe for tamarind chutney here.

3. Chicken Ballotine + Mango Pineapple Chutney

When paired correctly, sweet and savory are a marriage made in heaven. This pairing is one of those marriages. The bright citrus flavors of the mango pineapple chutney pair well with savory, lean chicken and the tropical flavors of our Chicken Ballotine.

Find more information about our Chicken Ballotine here , and a recipe for Mango Pineapple chutney here.

4. Black Peppercorn Mousse + Cherry Tomato Chutney

The creamy texture of our Black Peppercorn Mousse is enhanced by the chunky texture of this savory cherry tomato chutney. Pair these two together on top of a burger, on a sandwich, or as an easy anytime snack with a slice of baguette.

Find more information about our Black Peppercorn Mousse here, and a recipe for Cherry Tomato Chutney here.