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Using pickled silverskin onions

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handbagsatdawn33 Sat 02-May-20 18:53:35

DH bought a huge jar, I use maybe 6-8 per month on pizzas - onions, not jars.

I've tried googling , but I get how to make them, not how to use them.

Only suggestion was to wash off the vinegar & use in boeuf bourguignon; vinegar does not wash off.

Any suggestions, please?

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FawnDrench Sat 02-May-20 20:41:09

This recipe uses a good few - it's an American onion soup one but easily convertible to UK measures.

Mustbetimeforachange Sat 02-May-20 20:43:11

Eat them with cheese, cold meats, on salads. Yum

Chewbecca Sat 02-May-20 20:44:25

They will keep for many, many months.

Sicario Sat 02-May-20 20:45:22

Ice cold vodka martini with 2 little onions. Repeat while staring at the family accusingly and humming You Only Live Twice.

iklboo Sat 02-May-20 20:46:28

Lovely in beef & ale casserole or a stifado

Cream crackers, spread cheese, silverskin onions are a lovely snack

Cheese, pineapple & silverskins on sticks grin

TorysSuckRevokeArticle50 Sat 02-May-20 20:48:28

Just sit down with a cocktail stick and a jar and get your snack on. It's good to have some little cubes of cheddar too, just to take some of the acidity away between onions.

They go great with pork pie and cottage cheese too.

thepurplepenguin Sat 02-May-20 20:48:39

Poke them straight into hot mashed potato. Best thing ever.

errorofjudgement Sat 02-May-20 20:53:45

On little sticks with cocktail sausages coated in honey and mustard. So delish!

fronttoback Sat 02-May-20 21:00:13

They are nice with salad.

inwood Sat 02-May-20 21:24:25

Eat them with cheese, all the cheese. The only way.

georgialondon Sat 02-May-20 21:28:35

What @inwood says. My favourite!

MadameJosephine Sat 02-May-20 21:39:49

Pickled onion sandwiches. Yummy

AdaColeman Sat 02-May-20 21:50:57

Fab with hot boiled gammon or sausages. Or with cold roast beef or pork, sausage sandwiches, or a robust pâté.

AtleastitsnotMonday Sat 02-May-20 21:54:00

Rinse thoroughly under running water then soak over night I water with a tea spoon of salt and 2 of sugar. Rinse again the next day then finely chop and fry before adding to a tomato based sauce.

BIWI Sat 02-May-20 21:54:25

1. Open jar
2. Get fork
3. Stab onion
4. Eat onion
5. Repeat

If you have to, add cheese

therona Sat 02-May-20 22:06:57

I could eat a whole jar on its own.

Elouera Sat 02-May-20 22:08:48

- Chop, mix with cheese and use as a sandwich filler

- Use with cheese on crakers

midwestsummer Sat 02-May-20 23:27:06

* Cheese, pineapple & silverskins on sticks*

Then you put them in an orange and make a hedgehog 🦔

handbagsatdawn33 Mon 04-May-20 19:00:19

Thanks for the replies.
I meant to say use in cooking, so I'm going to try soaking in water, sugar & salt to get rid of the vinegar.

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BlackForestCake Mon 04-May-20 19:42:43

If you put them in a casserole or something you really won't notice the vinegar once it's cooked.

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