Balsamic Rosemary Onion Jam

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But before you get distracted by the prospect of prizes galore, let’s talk onions.

Or, more specifically, onion jam.

It’s unlike any jam you’ve had before. Rich and savory, with a hint of sweetness and verdant rosemary, this jam would make an excellent side on your holiday table. Serve it with biscuits or toast; spread it on your turkey, swirl in in your mashed potatoes. It’s a versatile spread that’s part condiment, part sauce, and entirely delicious.

Balsamic Rosemary Onion Jam

You know what’s amazing? Goat cheese biscuits with onion jam, that’s what. *Drops mic*

Balsamic Rosemary Onion Jam

What starts as almost 10 cups of sliced onions cooks down to a sweet, sticky jam. It may seem like a measly amount for all that time and effort, but that’s before you taste just how much flavor is packed into each bite.

Balsamic Rosemary Onion Jam

Yield: 3/4 cup

Total Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil

  • 4 large onions, thinly sliced (about 10 cups sliced)

  • 3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

  • 2 tablespoons brown sugar

  • 1 1/2 teaspoons finely chopped fresh rosemary or 1/2 teaspoon dried rosemary

  • 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt

  • 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper


Directions:

Preheat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onions. Cook, stirring occasionally, until onions are soft, translucent, and just beginning to brown, about 20 minutes. Stir in balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, rosemary, and salt and pepper. Continue to cook, stirring occasionally, until liquid is evaporated and onions are dark brown and reduced to 3/4 cup, about 40 minutes more. Remove from heat and let cool. Store in a glass jar or airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week.


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  5. I would add a little bacon or some chipotle for a little kick.

  6. I want it on a blue cheese burger…NOW!

  7. I will give it an indian touch by adding some cumin powder and may be cloves

  8. I am always a fan of adding nuts to savory spreads. I would love to taste this first, but toasted almond sound like they might work nicely! So yummy.

  9. would love to add that to a bison burger with smoked gouda + fried egg!

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  12. I would try it in a tart

  13. Would be great with bacon, and maybe some biscuits…

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  15. I might add a little crushed red pepper to it…and include it in everything! Salads, on top of grilled chicken, on toasts for an appetizer, in a panini – everywhere!

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  17. Grilled cheese please!!

  18. Putting this on baguette would be perfect!

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  24. I think this onion jam would be delightful with something cheesy — like a grilled cheese sandwich. Yum!

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  27. I would try this with Amoretti pomegranate balsamic vinegar, add some bacon, or try some other herbs.

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  30. I’d serve it as an appetizer, on top of warm brie cheese, with crackers

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  33. I would add 1-2 tbsp of dried cranberry to this jam to add some more sweet. It will be delicious with pita bread. 

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  37. I would try baking inside Brie

  38. I would put this on hamburgers, sounds so good!

  39. To “make it my own”, I would serve a bit of this hot over really good steaks, cooked medium rare with salt and pepper. 

  40. I would serve the onion jam on top of pierogies.  Yummy!

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  43. I’m not a huge Rosemary fan so i would switch that out for maybe thyme.

  44. I would use sweet Vidalia onions in the recipe to make it my own!

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  46. To add some fresh rosemary and then put it on top of chicken breaded.

  47. I’d add some tomatoes to make it a savory, sweet, & vinegary tomato onion jam!

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  50. I would put the onion jam with spicy tofu and shrimp over rice. Mmmm, great recipe and giveaway. Thanks for the chance. 

  51. I would use maple balsamic I bought recently.  Your jam looks lovely,.

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  54. I might throw some carmelized garlic in there, too. Just for fun.

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  56. I am thinking a little chipotle would be great. I would love it on a grilled dog.

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  58. I would use the onion jam in a grilled cheese sandwich! This would be a grown-up sandwich, with fancy cheeses, plus the onion jam smooshed in between. Panini style, oh yeah. 

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  60. I would put it with Brie and some fig jam on crostini. Yum!

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  63. I would use my homemade red wine vinegar and thyme.

  64. I would keep it simple and pour it over a block of cream cheese and serve with toasted baguettes. I am DROOLING over this and will be making it this weekend!!

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  69. I would use it as an appitizer: top crusty bread that has been brushed with a little garlic oil/butter and grilled, then the onion jam and a little cheese. Something creamy like a goat. Or Parm. Yumm!

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  71. This sounds fabulous, I think this would compliment well the shredded Italian beef I just made last night – might need to run to the store to make this for the leftovers.

    p.s. I’m dying to get that Goat Cheese Biscuit recipe, couldn’t find it?! These look different from the ones pictured with the Curied Sweet Potato Soup and Goat Cheese Biscuits….

  72. I would love to add in some sage versus the rosemary – it would be delish on a turkey sandwich!

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  76. I would put a dollop of this jam on a plate.  Then I would put a perfectly cooked filet mignon on it and THEN I would sprinkle some good, soft gorgonzola on top of that.  THEN I would eat it.  

  77.  This sounds great.  My first thought was to incorporate it into a flat bread. 

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  82. Maybe add a few more herbs and bake on puff pastry and serve as a tart? delicious!! that is how I would make it my own! :)

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  85. Yummm!!! Gonna make it for the holidays and use it as a topping on a grilled lamb burger with arugula and horseradish creme fraiche. Nothing better than rosemary and lamb.

  86. i would put it in pasta!

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  89. I bake bread for our local Farmer’s Market, so I’d love to bake this in a light loaf that I usually make with Rosemary and Olive Oil, but I’d put this fabulous sounding jam in instead – what a super combination of flavors!

  90. I would leave it as is but add avocados bc they make everything better!

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  93. Instead of the balsamic vinegar I would use a red wine reduction!

  94. I’m thinking the onion jam would be great on top of focaccia with some shaved parmesan, or on ricotta-topped bruschetta. 
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  95. I know that it sounds crazy but I learned this from cooking a lot of Indian food (these flavors go together); I would add golden raisins.

  96. I would slice a small Brie wheel in half spread the onion jam in the middle of cheese, close the wheel. Then, spread more of the onion goodness all over the rind, wrap the Brie with puff pastry and bake. Making this tonight can’t wait, btw there will also be wine! Thanks for all the kitchen inspiration!!!

  97. I have to admit I’ve never  had onion jam so I would probably start with something basic like in some paninis!

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