Figure 1: Three jars of Marmelade d'Oignons - Onion Marmalade.
|Figure 2: The onion marmelade mixture reducing in the saucepan. (It doesn't look particularly appetising in the photograph but it is definitely worth making and tastes delicious).|
Today we made a small batch of "Marmelade d'Oignons" as it is called in French in other words onion marmalade. It is such a simple recipe and the kitchen smells wonderful and homey. It is good served with cold meats and pâtés and in sandwiches or on little pieces of toast with a piece of cheese to serve with drinks. It is very versatile and very good to have a jar or two in the larder. Bon Appétit!