Onion confit


This onion confit recipe with just 4 ingredients is simple and very quick to prepare.


Method for onion confit:

  1. Peel the onions and cut them into thin slices. Fry them over low heat in a pan with olive oil until they become translucent.
  1. Add the honey and pour in the balsamic vinegar. Mix and cook for 10 minutes on high heat until the vinegar evaporates.
  1. Cover the pan and cook over low heat for 1 hour. Stir occasionally. Pour the cooked candied onion into a glass jar.

Bon appetit!

What is onion jam delicious with?

Onion confit is delicious with a variety of dishes and can be a tasty seasoning in the following situations:

1. With cheese boards: Onion confit goes well with several types of cheese, such as brie, camembert, goat cheese and blue cheese. It adds a sweet and savoury element to the cheese and provides a good balance of flavours.

2. With burgers and sandwiches: Onion confit can be a great topping for burgers or sandwiches. It adds a sweet, soft texture to the dish and gives an extra dimension of flavour.

3. With stews: Onion confit can be a delicious addition to various stews, especially those with beef or lamb. It adds a sweet, caramelised flavour to the dish and gives it a delicious depth.

4. With foie gras: Onion confit is a classic accompaniment to foie gras. The sweet and savoury taste of the onions perfectly complements the rich flavour of the foie gras.

5. With charcuterie: Onion confit can be served with a charcuterie board along with different types of dried ham, salami and pâté. It adds a sweet, caramelised flavour to savoury meats and makes for an interesting combination of flavours.

In short, onion confit can be used in many different ways and is a versatile and flavourful addition to various dishes.


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