Vidalia onion relish
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Vidalia onion relish
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:52:36 AM. Recipe ID 14341. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Vidalia onion relish
 Categories: Canning, Vegetables, Relishes
      Yield: 1 Recipe
      4 md Vadalia onions, finely
      2 c  Shredded cabbage
    1/4 c  Salt (Yes 1/4 cup)
    1/2 c  Packed brown sugar
      2 c  Cider vinegar
      1 tb Dried mustard powder
    1/2 ts Turmeric
    1/4 c  Flour
      2 tb Celery seed
      2 ts Mustard seed
  Combine chopped onions and shredded cabbage in a large glass or
  crockery bowl - not metal.  Dissolve salt in one quart of water and
  pour over the vegetables, mixing well.  Cover and let soak overnight.
  In the morning, turn the vegetables into a large colander and drain.
  In a large pot, dissolve the brown sugar in cider vinegar.  Mix
  mustard and turmeric with 1/2 water, then add the flour, mixing well
  to make a thick paste with no lumps.  Add this to the vinegar and
  brown sugar mixture and stir to blend, again making sure there are no
  Add celery and mustard seeds and bring it all to a oil over medium
  heat, stirring to keep it from sticking.  The mixture will thicken as
  it comes to a boil.  When it does boil, add cabbage and onions and
  continue to boil and stir for five minutes.  (This mixture is very
  pungent and will clear your head in nothing flat while you stir)
  Put in sterilized jars, top with sterilized lids, and process in hot
  water bath for 15 minutes to seal.
  Makes 1 1/2 quarts.

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Recipe ID 14341 (Apr 03, 2005)

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