Curried Pickled Red Onion
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- Ready In:
- Bring water and vinegar to a boil in a small pot. Dissolve sugar and salt into liquid, then stir in remaining ingredients except for onion.
- Remove from heat, add sliced onion, and cover. Steep for at least 20 minutes.
- Remove onions from liquid with tongs - retaining liquid - and place in a glass jar. Pour liquid from pot, making sure that parsley and at least some of the peppercorns and mustard seed get tin the jar.
- Allow to cool on counter top, then refrigerate.
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