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Chutney Emergency- how long can it sit?

Chutney Emergency- how long can it sit?
Posted: 03/19/2012 3:14:21 PM
I was making tomato chutney yesterday and a fuse blew right after I added the sugar and vinegar. It was probably boiling when the fuse blew. I had to leave it overnight and it stayed warm. When I left the house this morning it was still warm. It has been sitting on the stove for about 9 hours, covered. Please tell me if I can reboil it and pick up where I left off when I get home! (the fuse was fixed while I was at work).
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Re:Chutney Emergency- how long can it sit?
Posted: 03/19/2012 4:07:47 PM
I do not think that I would trust it. It is better to be safe than sorry with this type of thing. I think it sat too long at an unsafe temperature. If you would have placed it in the refrigerator and stored it there until you could re-boil it I think you would have been OK. Sorry, I hate to see you have waste all the ingredients and your time but I would not want anyone to get sick from it either.

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