Sweet Onion Festival Sponsor

Celebrating the official Washington State Vegetable Historic Downtown Walla Walla
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WW Sweet Onion Jam

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WW Sweet Onion Jam

Ingredients

  • 4oz Butter
  • 2 lbs Walla Walla Sweet Onions
  • 2 cups Balsamic Vinegar
  • 4 cups Brown Sugar

Directions

    • Peel, core and dice onions
(1/2 in pieces) Caramelize in butter Add balsamic vinegar and brown sugar and reduce down to a syrup consistency
    • Place hot into sanitized jelly jars with 1/2 in. head space. Tighten sanitized lid and ring, finger-tight.
    • Place into canner, ensure they are completely covered with water.
    • Bring to boil, cook for 10 minutes after boiling. Turn off burner
 and let cool down completely in cooking liquid.
    • Stores up to one year in a canning cellar. 

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