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BBQ Onion Relish

BBQ Onion Relish created by SusieQusie

Found at www.recipesecrets.com, this onion relish was suggested to accompany hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages or steak sandwiches. It is very easy to prepare & prep methods for both the grill & the oven were given. Enjoy!

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30mins
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ingredients

  • 1 (1 1/4 ounce) lipton savory herb with garlic soup mix
  • 2 tablespoons ketchup
  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar (firmly packed)
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
  • 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
  • 4 large onions (about 2 lbs, thinly sliced)

directions

  • In lrg bowl, combine Lipton Savory Herb w/Garlic Dry Soup Mix, ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar & oil. Add onions & toss to coat.
  • Turn into a foil bag. Double fold open end of bag to seal.
  • Grill (turning bag over halfway thru cooking) 25 min or till onions are tender.
  • Oven Method: Preheat oven to 450°F Place foil bag in lrg baking pan on bottom rack & bake (turning bag over halfway thru cooking) 45 min or till onions are tender.
  • NOTE: It's cold here in Iceland, so I'll prob prepare mine using the oven method & add 1 tbsp of Worcestershire for its smoky flavor.
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  1. Kellie in SLO
    These onions had a beautiful BBQ flavor. I did find most of the liquid drained out when I flipped the packet in the oven. I had to put them in for an extra 15 minutes, as they were still crunchy when I first opened the packet. I couldn't find the Lipton Savory Herb and Garlic soup mix, so I substituted Recipe #102041. I omitted the salt and mixed 2Tbsp of the herb mixture with 2 Tbsp of chicken bouillon granules. I look forward to making these again, my whole kitchen smelled wonderful.
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  2. SusieQusie
    BBQ Onion Relish Created by SusieQusie
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  3. SusieQusie
    BBQ Onion Relish Created by SusieQusie
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  4. SusieQusie
    I made a batch of your relish yesterday to serve with hamburgers. I reduced the onion quantity to 2 (used Texas 1015’s) but when slicing them, not much juice was happening so I left the other ingredients as written. Of course, I had to play, but just a little - I deseeded & chopped a medium-sized jalapeno and mixed it in to satisfy our need for heat. To give the relish a smoky flavor, I also added ½ tsp of smoked paprika. Being a lazy cook, I chose the oven option. I fashioned a baking bag from 2 pieces of heavy-duty foil. Some things I learned - leave a vent hole in your foil bag. After 20 minutes, I opened the oven to turn them and was presented with a shiny aluminum balloon. Lesson #2 – put the bag on a baking sheet. After the balloon episode, I loosened a corner to allow steam to escape. This also allowed some juice to escape; hmm ... guess I didn’t need that paprika after all. When the smoke detectors were silenced and I had aired out the house, we enjoyed the smoky-oven-onion-relish atop Recipe #192534 (which I pan fried – lazy, remember?). The flavor was wonderful, albeit a little salty, but a terrific change from our usual humdrum burgers! Thanks for posting this, MP!
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  5. twissis
    Found at www.recipesecrets.com, this onion relish was suggested to accompany hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages or steak sandwiches. It is very easy to prepare & prep methods for both the grill & the oven were given. Enjoy!
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