I usually try to make this the day before we need it or at least a few hours ahead of time so that the flavors can meld together but if you need to use right away it’s still delicious.
This makes a big batch… about 2-3 cups worth… so you may want to half it if you don’t need as much.
We reuse some old squirt bottle from other condiments to store this in once it has cooled down. I have also kept it in glass jars but they are a little more difficult to control when pouring.
This is great on sandwiches and can be used as a salad dressing as well. My family has put it on a variety of different foods and even used it as a dip for chips or in place of ketchup on their fries!
Tip: blend your onion in the food processor or blender and add a bit of the water to it so it gets smooth!
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I couldn’t decide whether to make these two separate recipes or one but decided on one as we always make them together and it would just be that much simpler to have them on the same page… right?
Anyway, I’ve had to type these up from memory as my recipe binder is packed up in the shed as I really thought we’d be in our new house by now… I’ll update this if I need to once I get to my binder which won’t be any time soon:
We really love this on fresh yeast rolls and my favorite recipe is in that same binder but the 30 minute Rolls are really good with these kinds of butter as well.
Update: I did find my Holiday Binder and I had my butter recipe stapled right to my recipe for the rolls… pretty smart, huh? I’ve updated the recipe to add a couple of things my memory had left out.
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