Looks like I'm letting all my family secrets out of the bag, or should I say recipe box? Today's recipe is one from my mom and another I wouldn't try as a child, now I love it, in fact I eat it straight from the jar...Hamburger not included. If you want the hamburger, you'll have to go to my moms.
I've given it the name Blue Ribbon Relish not because it won a blue ribbon at the county fair, because it should win a blue ribbon.
Not only is it tasty, it's easy and wouldn't you say that's worth a blue ribbon?
This is all you need~
Chop the pickles in a food processor and drain.
Chop the onion in a food processor, drain.
Mix the onion and pickles together.
Add the sugar and the mustard.
Stir until combined.
Fill a canning jar (or any jar) with the mixture.
Next it's time to make the topper.
With the fabric of your choice, fold into a quarter and cut with pinking sheers.
Cut a piece of jute.
Place the round fabric on the lid of the jar and secure with a tiny rubber band (I used a loom band) holding the fabric in place.
Tie the jute around the jar.
Ready to be given as a gift or eat by the spoonful.
It's that easy. And that good. Here's the recipe:
- 4 cups dill pickles, chopped and drained.
- 1 cup onion, chopped and drained.
- 1/2 cup mustard
- 1 cup sugar