How To Serve Your Pickled Onions
Pickled onions are great when served with a traditional ploughmans lunch, cold cuts and salad fare, however Garner’s pickled onions can be used in many other ways. If you are looking for some interesting tips then please read on, if you would like to share your own ideas then head to our Pickle Lovers Community:
- Try sliced and added as a punchy extra to a delicious mature cheddar sandwich.
- Give extra bite to a tartare sauce by simply dicing some Garner's Pickled Onions and adding them into your shop bought tartare sauce. For an even better result you can make your own using regular or low fat mayonnaise, caper berries (chopped), gherkins (chopped) and finely diced Garner's pickled onions, the extra piquancy goes really well with deep fried battered or breaded fish.
- Use the Garner's Pickled Shallots sliced or diced as an addition into onion gravy. Serve with a mini rare breed sausage and mustard mash.
- How about a best of British Tapas party, why let the continentals have all the fun Garner's Sweet Baby Onions are delicious to nibble on.
- And not forgetting the Garner's Sweet Baby Onions in a Gibson Martini.
- Garner's Pickles would be the perfect accompaniment for a small but perfectly formed artisan raised pie.
- Liven up bangers'n' mash or your Sunday roast with pickled onion gravy by simply adding sliced Garner’s pickled onion's to your gravy for a piquant flavour.
- Try a modern canapé version of a Sunday roast – Fill some mini Yorkshire puddings with roast beef or chicken, top with Horseradish sauce and garnish with a Garner’s pickled onion.
- Add diced Garner’s pickled onions to soft cream cheese to make a tangy cream cheese and pickled onion dip. It tastes great with nachos, bread sticks and vegetable crudités (batons of crunch carrots, celery, and radish).
- Don’t discard the vinegar when the onions are gone, drizzle the vinegar on your fish & chips, or mix with olive oil, mustard, salt and pepper to make a delicious vinaigrette dressing.