The Anti Broken Heart Cookbook is out! This cookbook by Tessa Stottelaar is not a standard collection of recipes: no, Tessa wrote the book post-breakup and tells about how cooking helped her through this rotten period. In short: a combination of cooking and processing grief.
For 2-3 small jars:
- 6 large onions
- 2 tablespoons oil
- 250 ml honey
- 200 ml red wine vinegar
- 1 teaspoon fresh thyme leaves
Tessa responds to the wonderful feeling you can get from cooking. And which foodie doesn’t recognize that?
Culy is allowed to publish a delicious recipe from the book: the one for sweet onion jam. Because: crying is part of ludduvuddu . Only it comes with this dish because of the onions! Sobbing unabashedly while making a jam that goes with everything. On bread, with cheese, with a nice piece of meat. Multi-purpose and a good excuse to empty the box of tissues.
Clean the onions and cut them into rings.
Heat the oil in a large frying pan and fry the onions for about 2 minutes until translucent. Add the honey, vinegar and thyme and let the whole thing simmer without a lid for about 30 minutes and thicken. Turn it regularly.
You can serve this thick onion jam hot or cold, on a sandwich or with a nice cheese.
Want to cry even more? Make more and put the hot jam in well-cleaned (old jam) jars. Tighten the lid tightly and turn it upside down to cool. This way the jam can be kept for a few months and also makes a cute gift for friends!
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