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    Deidzoeb Guest

    Default Apple and Onion pickle - what now?

    I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    here? My God, what have I done?

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    JonquilJan Guest

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    Deidzoeb <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    > recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    > do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    > here? My God, what have I done?


    Sounds like a good side dressing for grilled meats - or roasted meats.

    I often saute onions and apples then add greens to steam on top. Healthy
    side dish.

    JonquilJan

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    Brian Mailman Guest

    Default Re: Apple and Onion pickle - what now?

    Deidzoeb wrote:
    > I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    > recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    > do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    > here? My God, what have I done?


    Apples and onions are a trad combination.

    Sounds like a relish for pork or lamb roasts. Maybe a side for pate, if
    you get that industrious. Chopped liver if you don't. Call it...
    "Chutney Normande."

    B/

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    [email protected] Guest

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    On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:29:26 -0700 (PDT), Deidzoeb
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    >recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    >do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    >here? My God, what have I done?


    Tasty on a relish tray. I'd eat it!

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    Ross McKay Guest

    Default Re: Apple and Onion pickle - what now?

    On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:29:26 -0700 (PDT), Deidzoeb wrote:

    >I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    >recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    >do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    >here? My God, what have I done?


    Add tomatoes

    I make a tomato and apple chutney that uses about 41 ratio of
    tomatoes to apples to onions, plus spices, salt, sugar and vinegar.
    Roughly made up from a recipe in an old book, but I'm sure you can
    google up similar to suit your tastes. Very tasty on a spicy dal served
    with a boiled egg and a dosa for breakfast!
    --
    Ross McKay, Toronto, NSW Australia
    "Let the laddie play wi the knife - he'll learn"
    - The Wee Book of Calvin

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    Deidzoeb Guest

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    On Nov 3, 11:08*pm, Ross McKay <au.org.zeta.at.ro...@invalid.invalid>
    wrote:
    > On Thu, 30 Oct 2008 12:29:26 -0700 (PDT), Deidzoeb wrote:
    > >I had some apples and an onion, so I made this apple and onion pickle
    > >recipe out of the good ol' "Joy of Pickling." Now what on earth do I
    > >do with a stack of apple rings that taste like onions? How did I get
    > >here? My God, what have I done?

    >
    > Add tomatoes
    >
    > I make a tomato and apple chutney that uses about 41 ratio of
    > tomatoes to apples to onions, plus spices, salt, sugar and vinegar.
    > Roughly made up from a recipe in an old book, but I'm sure you can
    > google up similar to suit your tastes. Very tasty on a spicy dal served
    > with a boiled egg and a dosa for breakfast!
    > --
    > Ross McKay, Toronto, NSW Australia
    > "Let the laddie play wi the knife - he'll learn"
    > - The Wee Book of Calvin


    That sounds good. I actually have a pint of sweet tomato chutney that
    I've been trying to use too. Maybe I'll try them together. The apple
    won't make it any sweeter, and the onion and vinegar won't make it
    much more zippy. Chutney definitely doesn't work as a substitute for
    jelly in a peanut butter & jelly sandwich.

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