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Spicy Onion Jam

May/June 2008

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Any type of onion will work for this chile-and-pomegranate-infused jam. Spread crostini with goat cheese and top with the spicy-sweet jam for a quick appetizer or tuck some into a steak taco. If you're a fan of spicy foods, use the full amount of ancho chiles.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This looked and sounded so good that I made a triple batch of it tie first time out. It was worth the extra time peeling and slicing all those onions. I will be giving this out as holiday gifts for sure. My first try with it was to have...
Spicy Onion Jam

2 Reviews for Spicy Onion Jam

12/02/2010
Anonymous

This looked and sounded so good that I made a triple batch of it tie first time out.
It was worth the extra time peeling and slicing all those onions.
I will be giving this out as holiday gifts for sure.
My first try with it was to have it on a baguette with goat cheese and the jam. Perfect!
Oh... I could not find dried ancho chiles at my local market. So I used 2 teaspoons of achiote paste. Keep in mind this was with SIX pounds of onions, not two pounds.
The result was a spice that was present but not too hot.

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06/15/2010
Anonymous

really good with chicken, any kind

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