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Wednesday, 09 July 2014



Looks like a must try recipe for me.


ooh pickled onions yummy :)


I just made pickled cherries. and so far they seem to be pretty tasty. they'll be good with cheese.


Hi Kyle - Because the recipe is so basic, it's a good recipe to help determine how you like your pickled onions.

Hi Kat - I know, I love pickled onions.

That sounds great Lynnea!


So fortuitous, my husband bought a big bag of red onions from Costco and I was worried they wouldn't last long in the heat. I wanted a sugar-free recipe for pickled onions and here it is! I am making this on Friday. Thank you!


Hi Lisa - Have fun. I do suggest that you make a small batch first so you can adjust the recipe to your taste. Please let me know how things turn out.


The pickled onions turned out well. I cut the onions in chunks rather than slicing them and skipped the red bell pepper because the store didn't have any and I am not a fan of the green ones. I did add several serrano peppers. I also added about a tablespoon of whole coriander seed. Years ago a friends Portuguese grandmother, who made really great pickled onions, told me that coriander seed really improves pickles. So thanks for the recipe and the nudge to make my own. I made a quart and it was gone in two days.


Hi Lisa - THanks for letting me know how things turned out as well as your modifications!

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