Grill Recipes: Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney #StartYourGrill #Shop

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Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

“Happy wife, happy life.” 

True story, for sure. But you know what else is true? That the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. And this wife is about ready to ask for what will make her really happy – new hardwood floors – so you’d better believe I’m pulling out my best secret weapon against my husband’s hunger: great grill recipes. 

You see, the hubs is an outdoorsy guy. A grilling, “sausage and peppers” type of guy. He’s at his happiest when sitting out under the sun with a burger or dog in one hand and a cold one in the other. But when we committed ourselves to a cleaner way of eating, one of the first things to go was any meat that contained nitrates, nitrites or MSG. That’s enough to put a damper on any backyard barbecue.

But never fear, like-minded foodie friends – new Hillshire Farm American Craft smoked sausage is the cure for those cookout woes. How is it different? American Craft links are hand crafted using the best cuts of 100% pork, and made with real ingredients like garlic, jalapeño and smoky bourbon. (Mmm. Bourbon.)

And the part that won me over: There are NO nitrates, NO nitrites, and NO MSG added to ensure that all you taste is exceptional sausage.

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

I found them at my local Ahold store (in our area, that’s a Giant Food Store) where my friendly neighborhood Butcher Shoppe associate was more than happy to help me find exactly what I needed.

Meet Jamie. (We shop Ahold every week, so he’s also good buddies with my kids.)

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

#AmericanCraft sausages come 5 in a pack, and they’re fully cooked – so all you have to do is pop them on the grill until they’re perfectly browned.

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

Once I saw the Smoky Bourbon flavor, I started thinking about how to amp them up a little. I love a good homemade condiment (natch) plus my guy is a sucker for any recipe that uses our garden veggies. So, since the peach crop at our local orchard is in full swing, and our jalapenos, onions and garlic just hit their peak, this one was kind of a no-brainer.

You gotta love Ma Nature, right? She’s always got such a plan.

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

I’ve heard some people say that they don’t like fruit in their savory dishes. We’re just the opposite. Any time we can incorporate a sweet touch into our main dish, we’re all in.

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

Local peaches on the grill, brushed with just a little bit of raw local honey? Well, those alone just might have gotten me a yes on my floors. But I didn’t stop there…

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

Smoky bourbon, sweet peaches, some jalapeno heat…what a combo! And after you #StartYourGrill, all you need is one pot. Easy!

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

I’m already planning a raspberry salsa to try with the Jalapeno flavor. I mean, we do need another bedroom added on.

(Maybe I’d better grab a six-pack, too.) Cheers!

Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney – a delicious way to top #AmericanCraft Sausage! #StartYourGrill #shop

 Grilled Peach and Onion Chutney

  • 4 large peaches, split with pits removed
  • 2 Tbsp honey
  • 1 med onion, cut into thick slices
  • 1 jalapeno pepper, split and seeded
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp smoked paprika
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • one pinch cayenne pepper (if you like a little more heat)
  • one splash of vanilla (approx. 1/4 tsp)

Spray grill with non-stick spray and preheat to medium heat. Brush honey on cut sides of peach halves; place halves cut side down on grill. Place jalapeno halves and onion slices on grill. Grill all over medium heat until peaches begin to caramelize and onions and peppers are slightly charred. Remove from heat.

Cool slightly, then peel skin from peaches (it will slip right off after grilling) and chop vegetables. In a small to medium saucepan over medium heat, add olive oil, salt, sugar, cinnamon, paprika, garlic and vanilla. Add chopped peaches, onions and jalapenos to saucepan. Cook until bubbly and well blended, about 5-7 minutes (a short cooking time will allow flavors to combine, but veggies won’t get too soft.)

Remove from heat and serve warm. Makes approx. 2 cups

This recipe is part of Delicious Dish Tuesday.

Do you like sweet and savory combos? What’s your favorite food to grill?

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  1. Wow, these look amazing – what a great recipe. Cant wait to try the chutney and pair it up with some lovely sausages from the farmers market! Thanks

  2. That sounds absolutely wonderful!! I would love to make this sometime soon!!

  3. We’ve tried them and everyone here likes them. I’m really curious to try the peaches with them though. I’ve pinned the recipe for later.
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  4. Love the idea of the peaches! This sounds – and looks! – amazing!
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  5. This chutney sounds really interesting! We love Hillshire Farms but haven’t tried the American Craft smoked sausage yet! I need to get on that because it looks delicious!
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  6. I have never had peach and onion chutney before, but I think I NEED to try it! My mouth is watering something fierce! I would say you’d get some awesome new floors after this one! #client
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  7. Elisebet F says:

    The recipe sounds amazing! I’m definitely interested in trying these sausages. I always look for hot dogs and sausages that are nitrate-free.

  8. oh my goodness, I am a peach fanatic, yet have never thought of grilling them? This sounds like a great recipe. Thanks so much!

  9. I love that there are no nitrates in their sausages! I haven’t had one in forever because we are trying to avoid nitrates. Your recipe sounds yummy!
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  10. Ooooo I want a bite. That looks just mouth-watering.

  11. Those sound great so much better than hot dogs too! Pork and peaches go nicely together.
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  12. OMG what a yummy addition to that sandwich. I have a post about peach recipes up today as well. Tis the season.
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    • I’m heading over to check out your post! I usual buy a bushel of seconds and I end up with tons and tons of peaches to use up!

  13. That sounds so delicious, and perfect as the local peaches are now in season. Yum!

  14. Wow, I never thought to make a chutney like this to add to a sausage dog. This sounds amazingly good.
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  15. This is a unique recipe. But, it is something that I could see myself eating.
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  16. This sounds delicious! What an awesome meal! Perfect for summer grilling!
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  17. Oh yum! I’m going to try this in the weekend! I’m bookmarking now! Peaches and onion chutney sounds really delicious!

  18. Maria Oller says:

    We had something similar but with mango and green apples, I think so peaches would work wonderful!!

  19. Can’t wait to try this! Looks delicious!

  20. I have never had peach chutney, ever! Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing it.
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  21. Yum! My family and I love peaches and this looks right up our alley, thanks for sharing, can’t wait to make it!
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  22. Consequently delectable! That looks amazing!
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  23. Wendy, this looks absolutely mouthwatering!! I’ll definitely have to look for these sausages, and no doubt we’ll have to make the chutney for it!
    Thank you so much for linking up with us at Delicious Dish Tuesday this week!
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