Over the weekend Resident Chef and I tried making Roasted Garlic and Onion Relish/Jam as you can see....
...and here is the recipe if you'd like to try it for yourself. Sure tastes yummy on hamburgers!
ROASTED GARLIC & ONION RELISH/JAM
whole garlic bulbs 3
T. unsalted butter
5 c. chopped onions ½ c. balsamic vinegar
1 c. cider vinegar 3 c. white sugar
1 pouch liquid pectin
Slice ½” off the top of each garlic bulb & place each on a
separate piece of foil. Sprinkle each with 1 T. water. Loosely
wrap & pinch to seal. Place on baking sheet & roast 45 mins. at 400degrees.
Unwrap & cool 15 mins. Squeeze garlic into bowl and set aside.
Melt butter over medium heat. Add onion, reduce heat to
medium low and sauté til tender and light golden (about 15 mins)
Do not let onion brown. Add balsamic vinegar & cook, stirring
frequently, 5 mins. Add garlic & cider vinegar & gradually
stir in sugar. Bring to boil over medium heat, stirring constantly,
until sugar dissolves. Increase heat to med-high & bring to a full
rolling boil, stirring constantly, and boil for 1 minute. Remove
from heat and add pectin. Let cool 5 mins, stirring constantly.
Ladle into hot jars, seal and process in boiling water bath
10 minutes. Remove and cool on a wire rack. Makes approx.
six 250 ml jars. Store in the refrigerator for up to 3 months.
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I love roast garlic. What oven temp do you use? I like making garlic into spreadable butter.ReplyDelete
We love it too! 400 degrees to roast it - about 45 mins. (I'll amend the recipe to reflect the time/temp - thanks)Delete
I wish I had the room snd equipment to can things.
It definitely tastes great! We don't have much room either and our storage space is far too warm for things to keep. We bought a small bar-sized fridge and keep things in that (until we run out of space!)Delete
I can only imagine how your home smelled. I may try making a few jars for Christmas. Don't have to raise a garden to make that jam.ReplyDelete
Well, I love the smell of garlic and onions together so as far as I was concerned the house smelled great. Those walking by in the hall might not have been as happy though!Delete
Looks and sounds delicious Mary Anne! Christine xxReplyDelete
It has just the right degree of 'spice' to it and surprisingly it all comes from just onions, garlic and vinegar.Delete
Interesting recipe! Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
You're welcome! Let me know if you make it.Delete
How do you use this relish\jam? It sounds delicious.ReplyDelete
Well, so far we've tested it on hamburgers and pork and I'm looking forward to seeing what it's like with a grilled cheese sandwich. I suspect it will be good with chicken too.Delete