These marinated red onions are full of wonderful Mediterranean flavors like oregano and lemon.
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This zingy condiment is so easy to make – and can be ready in just a few hours! I’ve always loved Mediterranean cuisine as we used to vacation in Greece when I lived in the UK. The feta, the moussaka, the Greek salad, the baked chicken with oregano! And I love red onions, too – but find that raw ones can sometimes be too strong. By marinating the onions it softens them in both texture and flavor.
Halve a red onion, remove the skin and then slice it thinly. Separate the slices and place them in a sieve or colander. Put the colander in the sink, then pour over a few cups of boiling water to par-blanch them. Leave to drain.
Mix together white wine vinegar, lemon juice, dried oregano, dried thyme, granulated Splenda and salt. Place the red onions in a container, and pour over the marinade.
Leave for 3-4 hours (or overnight!), stirring occasionally. Store in the fridge, and add a few onions to low carb wraps, steaks, salads and more! They are also a key component to my Low Carb Greek Lamb Burger!
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