Old School Tomato and Onion Salad

Old School Tomato and Onion Salad #preserves #tomato #onion #salad

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My three-year old nephew: I want to draw

I: of course. I am looking for paper and pencils

Child`s mother: Mmmm… he wants a tablet…:) ๐Ÿ™‚

In ancient times, when drawing meant paper and colours… ๐Ÿ™‚ we cooked for winter-time lot of preserves. This is one very old recipe.

Now, when tomatoes are available during year, now need for preserves. Cook just a delicious salad.

recipe by Milvi
1 kg tomatoes, sliced
300 g onion, sliced
5-6 cloves
1 teaspoon grounded pepper
2 tablespoon 30% vinegar
salt
3 tablespoon butter
1/2 glass sugar

Melt butter, add sugar and stew onion half-ready, add tomatoes and seasoning.
Add vinegar. Do not boil. Taste.

Pour hot salad in to the very clean jar and close airtight.

recipe by Helve
2 kg tomatoes, sliced
1 kgย  onions, sliced
1 glass sugar
4 tablespoon salt
4 tablespoon 30% vinegar
1/2 teaspoon grounded pepper

Stew without water tomatoes and onions, When onion half-ready, add seasonings.
Pour hot salad in to very clean jar and close airtight.

9 comments on “Old School Tomato and Onion Salad”

  1. My grandmother used to preserve a LOT! I remember we used to have huge jars of green tomatoes, small cucumbers and whole cabbage heads in the pantry and cellar. I don’t need to do it nowadays, but I still do sometimes, just because they are so delicious and remind me of my childhood (I used to go for a pickled green tomato instead of a piece of chocolate). This is a new way of preserving tomatoes for me, it sounds really good.

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