Walk­a­bout Api­aries honey very ver­sa­tile

North East Tourist News - - MILAWA & DISTRICT -

THERE is plenty you can do with the tempt­ing honey va­ri­eties at Walk­a­bout Api­aries, from driz­zling it on your break­fast to us­ing it in your favourite dish. In this recipe, it can bring flavour to your next nib­bles plate.



I kg small pick­ling onions

1/2 cup salt and 1 ex­tra tea­spoon salt

2 cups white vine­gar

2/ 3 cup wa­ter

1/2 to 2/3 cup honey (prefer­ably Red Gum)

1 ta­ble­spoon pick­ling spice

1 red chilli (op­tional)


Soak onions in boil­ing wa­ter for 15 min­utes – drain and peel.

Re­turn to bowl and cover with wa­ter mixed with 1/3 cup salt for 48 hours.

Drain and rinse onions in cold wa­ter.

In a large boiler, place vine­gar, 2/3 of a cup of wa­ter, honey, pick­ling spices and one tea­spoon salt and bring to the boil.

Add onions and cook for five min­utes.

Di­vide onions be­tween ster­ilised jars and cover with hot spiced vine­gar.

Seal jars with lids and store in a cool place for two weeks.

To see more of the range, or to find out more about the many ways Walk­a­bout Api­aries’ prod­ucts can add flavour to your food, call in to 1531 Snow Road, Mi­lawa, or see walk­a­boutapi­aries.com.au.

TASTY: Honey pickle onions.

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