Vegan Red Wine Onion Jam

My Vegan Red Wine Onion Jam is good with virtually anything, including a spoon. You can also control the texture by how thinly you sliver the onion. You could even dice it instead. And you may cook it down as much as you like. I was starving and didn’t cook it as long as I might have so, in the photo, it may be a little less “pulpy” than you will want yours. Any way you slice or dice it, it is addicting, including as shown with a wedge of my Vegan Brie en Croute and some beautiful red seedless grapes almost identical in color to the jam.


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  1. Health and Happiness

    Will definitely be trying this out! Anything with onions and balsamic vinegar together is usually a winner!

  2. I definitely agree! I can imagine it on so many things. Friday night, I had a non-red wine version at my favorite restaurant with a plate that included a flavorful veggie couscous, some beet pesto and grilled raddichio. Fabulous. (Search "beets" on my site to get my recipe inspired by theirs. I think I like mine even better; both are to die for and I never would have come up with it on my own.)

    Oh, and you can control the texture not only by the cooking time, but also by the size or shape you cut the onions. In fact, I think I'll add that. Thanks!

  3. The Voracious Vegan

    I love red onion jam! I posted some on my blog a few months ago and it was a big hit, but surprisingly most people said they had never heard of it. I was shocked! Something this delicious deserves to be famous! Gorgeous photo, Betsy.

  4. You are always so sweet, VV. Mine is actually a yellow onion jam but with red wine so it turns red. The more variations of this wonderful stuff, the better!

  5. Looks so yummy! Thanks for such delicious recipe.
    It sounds very easy to make. Great recipe post. Keep posting!

  6. Thank you for taking the time to comment! It's very easy, beautiful and all the rest of it. I can think of so many foods to serve it with. Yum!

  7. this looks wonderful! i love onions and i love cooking with wine! i can't wait to try it!

  8. I'm so glad it sounds good to you. It is really the best condiment ever!

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