With at least double the antioxidants as blueberries, Muntries have a sweet spicy apple flavour and can be eaten fresh in fruit or savoury salads, cheese platters or just on their own.
They can also be used in many sweet and savoury dishes such as jam, chutney, pies, fruit straps, wine, desserts, sweet and savoury sauces, and chocolates. It can also be used instead of apples or sultanas.
Muntries can be frozen and used all year round in pies, muffins, bread and butter puddings, tarts and cakes. Use Muntry Chutney on meat, in stir-fries, or inside a boned pork or lamb roast, or as a dip on crackers and cheese. Also great rendered down with meat juices as a glaze or mixed with natural, unsweetened yoghurt. Use as you would use apples or sultanas.