An Easy Caramelised Onion Chutney Recipe

It’s nearly New Year’s Eve and I’ve promised my close friends, who I’m spending New Year’s with, that I’ll bring along a hamper full of goodies.

Apart from the usual mince pies, chocolate moulds and rosemary olive oil, I have included chutneys. I’ve made the mango chutney (which is a little questionable in terms of it’s taste lol) and now here’s the recipe for the onion chutney, which is really simple!

What You Need:

4 Onions

1 Bay Leaf

75ml Olive Oil

100g Brown / Caster sugar

75g Red Wine Vinegar

75g Balsamic Vinegar

Herbs to taste

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Caramelised Red Onion Chutney Recipe:

It’s very simple…

Chop the red onion to thin long slices and put into a pan to simmer for 20 minutes with the olive oil and bay leaf.

Once the onion is softened add the rest of the ingredients and cook for another half an hour.

Top Tip: work with a low heat and cover with a lid most of the duration of cooking.

I told you it was easy… Enjoy!

Alina is the founder and writer of The Fairytale Pretty Picture blog whilst working full time as an SEO specialist at a growing online-only retailer called Amara. She owns a beautiful white Alsatian and lives in Essex with her husband.

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