Vinegar Onion recipe or Sirke wala pyaaz recipe
Fuss-free and easy Vinegar Onion recipe or Sirke wala pyaaz recipe. These onions get their beautiful color from red beets. A tangy and yummy accompaniment to any meal!
The sight of these onions always reminds me of my childhood and brings a huge smile on my face. Growing up, whenever we ate at a restaurant, among all the dishes these rich garnet colored pickled onions always caught my attention. These pickled onions are so addictive, bet you can’t eat just one! Vinegar Onion recipe or Sirke wala pyaaz recipe
Almost every Indian restaurant in the Northern part of India serve these sweet onions along with food. These onions are sweet and sour at the same time. Preparing pickled onions at home is remarkably easy. Follow the step by step guide below and learn an easy way of making Vinegar Onion recipe or Sirke wala pyaaz recipe at home.
Now, onto the recipe!
I have used pearl onions for this recipe but this recipe can be made with regular onions too. Peel and slice regular onions and follow the step by step guide below. The only difference is that unlike whole onions, sliced or cut onions cannot stay in vinegar for long as it will loose its crunchiness.
I always use beets to color my onions. Why beets? Because, beets are nutritious and healthy and they impart a deep rich color to these onions. But if you don’t have a liking for beets you can use red food color for the onions.
To color these onions, I have used beets powder. But at times have used sliced beets or dried beets too. All forms of beets give the same results. I personally like to work with powdered beets as it is less messy and easy to work with.
Be very careful while working with beets as beets have a tendency to color everything they come across. You may end up coloring your kitchen counter if you touch vinegar and beets together. Either wear gloves or work near your sink to avoid the mess.
Homemade pickled onions tastes exactly the same as restaurant ones. In fact, pickled onions transforms the regular onion into the most wonderful thing. It erases that raw taste and adds a sweet and sour flavor to these onions. You have to taste it to believe it.
Can be enjoyed for coupe of week if stored in a airtight container.
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