Quick onion chutney recipes

Quick Pickled Red Onion

Quick Pickled Red Onion

The sharpness of pickles cuts through the richest meat and it’s no wonder jalapenos in vinegar are a staple with nachos, or chutneys and sharp fruits go so well with roasts or cold leftovers
Onion Tomato Chutney

Onion Tomato Chutney

Onion Tomato Chutney is very versatile, easy, quick to prepare & a delight to have. Onion Tomato Chutney is a recipe with less ingredients & it taste fabulous
Rhubarb chutney

Rhubarb chutney

very easy and quick to make. Also chop the onion. be becoming British as I have made my first ever chutney
Chilli Chutney

Chilli Chutney

Add your sliced onions, herbs and cinnamon stick. If you use sterilised jars, the chutney will last unopened for about two months
Mango Chutney

Mango Chutney

This is a simple, quick to prepare chutney. Onion – ¼ cup, chopped. As the mangoes were half-ripe, cooking mangoes, my mother decided to make some chutney out of them
Quick & easy gluten-free crab & chilli tarts

Quick & easy gluten-free crab & chilli tarts

I also made some mini blind-baked GF pastry cases using the surplus dough and filled them with a quick filling of chorizo and caramelised onion, topped with a little tomato chutney
Quick Chicken Curry

Quick Chicken Curry

Add the tikka spice paste and stir to coat the chicken and onions in the spice paste. I usually just serve this with some plain boiled rice, but it would also go well with naans and all the pickles and chutneys you want to throw at it
Bacon Onion Tart

Bacon Onion Tart

This simple tart is so quick and easy it’s brilliant for a light lunch or for on a picnic. I used the spiked red onion chutney with Old Tom ale from Patchwork Foods as it goes really well with bacon and the slight hint of chilli really gives the tart a little something extra
Midweek Quicke: Okra & Bhaji Wrap

Midweek Quicke: Okra & Bhaji Wrap

I admit that I didn't (and still haven't) properly read it, but I was instantly inspired by the idea due to knowing I had a delicious onion bhaji leftover from my favourite Sri Lankan eatery Dosa Sambal, and a nice seedy BFree wrap just sitting in the kitchen waiting to be used