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I used olive oil instead of sunflower oil and a mixture of red wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar, it still came out fine. It is very sweet but works great when combined with other flavours. It is a very easy recipe that you don't need to spend much time attending to while it is cooking. I have used some to make little tarts of puff pastry, onion, crumbled feta and pinenuts - recieved great compliments.
yuuum! this is the first onion jam ive tried but ithink im going to stick to this recipe! i used red wine vinager, brown sugar, and added 1/4t cayenne, and various pinches of herbs including a bit of lemongrass. such an awesome rich red colour and flavoursome. had it with watercrackers and gouda. thanks!
amazingly tasty ,easy recipie thats just so versatile...i didnt have sherry vinagar but red wine vinegar worked just as well(with a drop of regular fruity sherry).
Amazing. Try it on a green salad too. Very pretty. Made great Christmas presents. Yummy on leftover turkey sandwiches.
This is gorgeous! I thought at first when I just tasted it after making, that it was going to be far too sweet. But when you eat it with something, it's much more mellow. The only thing I did different was to use olive oil as that was all I had, and I couldn't get anything called grenadine cordial (even in Sainsburys, whose magazine the recipe came from) but I found Pomegranate syrup, which seemed to work.