HOW TO MAKE SUPER QUICK, SUPER EASY PICKLED RED ONIONS

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How can anything that looks this good, tastes so delicious, be so easy to create.      It took me just ten minutes and a few ingredients to make these pickled red onions that last for several weeks in your refrigerator.

Pickled red onions add zing as a condiment on barbequed  hamburger or tacos..   Rich meat sandwiches such as pulled pork benefit immensely by this intense layer of flavour.

Pickled red onions add glamor to staid potato salads and egg salad sandwiches practically beg to be included in this gorgeous combination of flavours.

Toss a few of these ringed beauties into a lettuce or grain salad.  Beguile sturdy greens such as kale with pickled red onions and some crisp smoky bacon pieces.

A jar of pickled red onions would make a thoughtful hostess gift.  Who wouldn’t have a jar of these beauties residing in their refrigerator.

For this sublime recipe simply click on PICKLED RED ONIONS  and start slicing your onions.

 

 

 

 

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14 thoughts on “HOW TO MAKE SUPER QUICK, SUPER EASY PICKLED RED ONIONS

    • We have just had a week of above normal weather – 24-27 C. Jo Nell. That is very hot for this so temperate climate. I was looking for something to add that little bit of zing to my salads. I also discovered it was more than perfect on barbecued hamburgers last night. We were entertaining our handsome god-child Jordan and his Mom and wanted the burgers to be extra special. XX Virginia

    • I must confess Mr. Tin Man I could not pass up a bargain. Red onions were selling $1.69 a pound in the grocery store. I bought a 25 pound bag o red onions $10 at the farmers market. Share half with a good friend. Then filled Lar’s great great great grandmother’s big wooden bread bowl with the rest. I shall be cooking like mad with red onions. I do hope Augustine like’s this recipe! Tell him to had a few red pepper flakes to the vinegar – nice and spicy. XXOO L & V

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