Pickled Red Onions

Pickled red onions have been a staple in my kitchen for years. They are not just a beautiful, brilliant pink, but also tart, sweet, and crunchy.

I like to remark that they give sandwiches, salads, bowls, and other dishes a "bright pop of flavor,"

and while Jack mocks me for using that phrase so frequently, I can't think of a better way to describe them.

Try making a batch of quick pickled red onions and you'll understand what I mean. Add a few on an otherwise nice sandwich or salad, and it becomes fantastic.

Their vinegary, zesty flavor provides an appealing layer of flavor, brightening and sharpening the other components of the dish.

This pickled onion dish takes only a few minutes and five ingredients to create, so give it a try - you'll be adding it to everything!

To create pickled red onions, you'll need five ingredients: red onions, white vinegar, water, cane sugar, and sea salt. 

First, thinly slice the onions (a mandolin is ideal for quick, uniform slicing!) and divide them between two jars. Then, over medium heat, combine the vinegar, water, cane sugar, and salt, stirring until the sugar and salt are dissolved.

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