Extra Hot Chutney | Mrs. Balls
It has become an iconic staple of South African pantries.
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This much-loved, secret family recipe survived a shipwreck back in 1852, when the SS Quanza sank off the coast of East London. The captain and his wife survived, along with the blueprint for what would become an iconic staple of South African pantries. Their daughter Amelia married a debonair fellow by the name of Mr Henry Sandleton Ball, and thus the famous chutney recipe became known as Mrs H.S. Balls. It has survived the test of time and now comes in five flavours including extra hot, for those who like a kick of heat.