Onion Relish

PennyAuthorPenny
00DifficultyIntermediate

Great in hotdogs or burgers , lovely in a cheese toastie

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr

 4 large thinly sliced onions
 2tblspn oil
 3-4 garlic cloves grated
 1 tblspn paprika
 1 tspn onion powder
 1 tspn garlic powder
 0.5 cup white or white wine vinegar
 0.5 cup brown sugar
 3-4 tblspns tomato purée
 1 tspn salt
 1 tspn black pepper
 2 cups water
 1 tbspn cornflour
 2 tblspn water

1

Heat the oil in a large pan

2

Add the onions and stir to coat in the oil

3

Add garlic and mix

4

Stir through the purée, vinegar and brown sugar

5

Cook for a couple of minutes

6

Add the 2 cups of water and mix well

7

Bring to a boil

8

Turn down to a simmer

9

Cook until the mix has reduced by about a half and has thickened

10

Mix the cornflour and 2 tblspn of water

11

Add to the mix and cook for a couple more minutes

12

Pour into sterilised jars

13

Store in the fridge

Ingredients

 4 large thinly sliced onions
 2tblspn oil
 3-4 garlic cloves grated
 1 tblspn paprika
 1 tspn onion powder
 1 tspn garlic powder
 0.5 cup white or white wine vinegar
 0.5 cup brown sugar
 3-4 tblspns tomato purée
 1 tspn salt
 1 tspn black pepper
 2 cups water
 1 tbspn cornflour
 2 tblspn water

Directions

1

Heat the oil in a large pan

2

Add the onions and stir to coat in the oil

3

Add garlic and mix

4

Stir through the purée, vinegar and brown sugar

5

Cook for a couple of minutes

6

Add the 2 cups of water and mix well

7

Bring to a boil

8

Turn down to a simmer

9

Cook until the mix has reduced by about a half and has thickened

10

Mix the cornflour and 2 tblspn of water

11

Add to the mix and cook for a couple more minutes

12

Pour into sterilised jars

13

Store in the fridge

Onion Relish

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