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Onion Marmalade


Very thinly sliced onions fried and boiled with vinegar and sugar. Often thickened to a jam-like consistency.

The 'Gluttons Glossary' (1990) by John Ayto has; "nouvelle quisine has introduced us to the concept of onion marmalade, made by slowly stewing onions in a sweet and sour mixture of sugar and vinegar"

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