This Recipe Makes ± 10-15 Pickled Onions
Onion Pickle is a nourishment comprising of onions cured in a solution of vinegar & salt, frequently with different additives & flavorings.
In the United Kingdom they are frequently eaten alongside fish & chips with french fries or as a component of a cultivator’s lunch.
There is an assortment of little white salted onions known as “silverskin” onions, most of the time utilized as a fundamental segment of the Martini mixed drink variation known as a Gibson.
In the Southern United States, pickled Vidalia onions can be filled in as a side dish.
In Hong Kong, pickled onions are served in numerous Cantonese eateries, particularly around supper time, as a little dish before the fundamental course is served.
Switzerland serves pickled onions with raclette, alongside pickled gherkins.
With Mexican cooking, cebollas curtidas, has cut red onions salted in a blend of citrus juices & vinegar, which is served as a garnish or condiment.
In South Africa, onion pickle is served with most of the Indian food, such as curries, biryanis, etc.
Onion Pickle Ingredients:
- ½ teaspoon fine salt
- 500 ml (½ℓ) white spirit vinegar
- 1 teaspoon white granulated sugar
- 10-15 small pickling onions
- Peel the small pickling onions. Rinse & set aside.
- Pour the white spirit vinegar in a clean, sterilized glass jar.
- Thereafter, add in the sugar & the salt.
- Mix well until the sugar & salt grains have dissolved. If it hasn’t completely diminished, don’t worry, it will soak up into the onions overtime.
- Next, carefully add in the peeled & rinsed pickling onions to the vinegar mixture.
- Make sure that all the onions are coated in the vinegar mixture. Add more vinegar if necessary.
- Cover with a tight lid. Store in the cupboard in a cool place. Allow for the onions to pickle for up to a week. After a week has passed, the onions are ready to be eaten.
- Additionally, you can label the bottle. Just use an old store bought onion pickle label.
- Goes well with most curries, namely Butter Beans Curry, Yam Curry, . Also can be enjoyed with biryanis, such as Mince Biryani, Chicken Biryani & more.