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Red Onion Chutney and Marmalade Recipes

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • adelightadelight Forumite
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    ET03 wrote: »
    4 lge or 6 med red onions
    100g butter
    2 tbs dark brown sugar

    put in heavy pan with tight lid and cook on lowest possible heat for 30 mins, take off heat and leave to cool

    I did this today but with 50g butter and 6tbsp of malt vinegar as it looked like it needed more liquid. It's delicious :)
    Living cheap in central London :rotfl:
  • i have the book!!!! i really do have the book!!! but can i find???

    had a mad couple of weeks with lots of grandchildren staying over and having trouble finding a few things now i am trying to get straight again, including my pam corbin preserves book.

    didnt know i wouldnt find it until AFTER i have bought the onions.

    does anyone have a link or can give me the recipe please.

    thanks all.
  • edited 11 August 2011 at 5:43PM
    caitybabescaitybabes Forumite
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    edited 11 August 2011 at 5:43PM
    A quick google returned the recipe at the link below :) enjoy!

    http://blueskyandbunting.blogspot.com/2011_04_01_archive.html
  • a thousand thanks for such a quick response.xx
  • lollyfinlollyfin Forumite
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    That recipe sounds lovely, love onion marmalade. I was wondering could i use empty jars from supermarket chutney (sterilised first) as i noticed a lot of things say they must have vinegar proof lids to save me going out and buying jars and lids, cos i have never made jams or chutneys before and dont want to spend a lot of money if im not going to be very good at it
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  • GetRealBabeGetRealBabe Forumite
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    lollyfin wrote: »
    That recipe sounds lovely, love onion marmalade. I was wondering could i use empty jars from supermarket chutney (sterilised first) as i noticed a lot of things say they must have vinegar proof lids to save me going out and buying jars and lids, cos i have never made jams or chutneys before and dont want to spend a lot of money if im not going to be very good at it

    Hi

    Yes. So far I've made jam and mincemeat and used supermarket jars. I reckon they'd be ok for onion marmalade.

    Agree, it sounds lovely. I'm gonna halve the recipe and have a go:)
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  • Yep, I always use supermarket jars too. Also, I find a paper muffin case is a very good size to put between your jar and lid, rather than having to cut greaseproof paper :)
  • GetRealBabeGetRealBabe Forumite
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    caitybabes wrote: »
    Yep, I always use supermarket jars too. Also, I find a paper muffin case is a very good size to put between your jar and lid, rather than having to cut greaseproof paper :)

    Hi

    The muffin cases are a good idea but I've got a roll of useless Waitrose greaseproof paper to use up.
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  • squeakysqueaky Forumite
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    caitybabes wrote: »
    A quick google returned this recipe :) enjoy!

    Onion Marmalade

    Makes 5 x 225g jars

    etc...

    Hiya,

    Please do not copy & paste whole recipes - we risk infringing the copyright of others.

    Please edit your post to be brief and include a link to the original:-

    http://blueskyandbunting.blogspot.com/2011_04_01_archive.html



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  • Oops, sorry about that, have edited to take out the recipe and put just the link in. Thanks for letting me know Squeaky :) will do just links in future.
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