Monday, February 27, 2012

Pickled Red Onions

I pulled a bunch of red onions from the garden on Saturday and I remembered a recipe I wanted to make that you can find  HERE.  They are very easy to make and would be a perfect accompaniment to a light spring luncheon menu.  I love how the brine turned a lovely shade of pink from the red onions.  Nature holds so many mystic surprises for us.
 Make the brine
Place sliced onions in colander in sink and pour boiling water over them
Add the onions to the brine... Wait a bit.....
Enjoy!!
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10 comments:

  1. They looks delicious,and pretty; I like pickled onions.

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    1. Titania, thank you so very much for taking the time to visit my blogs! I will be by soon to see what you are up to.

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  2. Love red onions! I will definitely have to try this out. Mmm!

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    1. Red, I think you will love them on salad or on a sandwich, crackers, anything. I found myself snacking on them yesterday. Leave it to the MOM crew to find another great recipe for us.

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  3. These look so pretty and I'll bet they are delicious too. I just joined up to follow your blogs and find both of them so beautiful. I really love this blog with all the simple and nutritious recipes you are offering. I am looking forward to visiting often.
    Mary

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    1. One Fine Day, thank you so very much for your kind words and for following my blogs. I do love to share natures beauty in my gardens and the kitchen. Thank you again.

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  4. I tried the Wild White Bean Salad. I love it. It has such great textures. The wild rice and giant lima beans (from Whole Foods bulk) are a great combination. The vinaigrette added just the right punch and sweetness to brighten up the flavors. I loved the crunch of the red bell pepper and didn't miss the onion, which,I think would have overpowered the other ingredients. Thanks so much for sharing. I look forward to making it often.

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    1. Thank you Carolyn, I am so happy that you liked it. I have made it several times since then. I have found a new love of wild rice!

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  5. Looks tasty! Can't wait to try it:)

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    1. Gabriela, I know you will love these.

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