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Mum's Zucchini Relish


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Ingredients

5 jar(s)

Relish

  • 455 grams brown onion, Quartered
  • 650 grams Zucchini skin on, Roughly chopped
  • 1 --- Cup of white vinegar
  • 300 grams sugar
  • Half cup of plain flour
  • 1 heaped tablespoon curry powder
  • 1 heaped tablespoon mustard, Dry or wet
  • 1 tablespoon turmeric powder
  • Quarter Cup of vinegar
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Weigh onions into bowl. Chop speed 6 for 5 seconds.

    add washed zucchini, chop speed 4-5 approx ten seconds till it looks like coleslaw from kfc. 

    Add 1 cup of vinegar and sugar. 

    Combine for 5 seconds Counter-clockwise operation speed 4.

    bring to boil. Put steamer basket on lid in place of mc. approx 11 mins, 100 degrees Counter-clockwise operation speed 2. if not bubbling and boiling, extend time by 2-3 mins. 

    (Have your washed jars in the oven at about 150 degrees)

    Once boilled, add flour, curry powder, turmeric ,mustard and 1/4 cup of vinegar. Combine Counter-clockwise operation speed 4, 20 seconds. 

    Bring back to boil. 100 degrees Counter-clockwise operation speed 2, approx 13mins. Once it's hit 100 degrees, it needs to boil 11 mins to cook the vinegar out.

    Taste prior to bottling. if taste has too much zing for your liking boil further 4 mins, add salt to taste.

    bottle while hot.

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Tip

For a spicier twist use hot mustard. 

Great in sandwiches or as a dip with cheese & biscuits.

 


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  • Very nice! I have never made Zucchini relish...

    Submitted by Serena21 on 7. February 2019 - 10:34.

    Very nice! I have never made Zucchini relish before but with a glut of zucchs I am stoked to have come across this recipe. Not too spicy and just the right amount of sweetness. I used a TM31 without any troubles, just had to increase the cooking time 16 minutes for the first cook and 14 minutes for the second. I did actually add more Zucchini and onion as I just chucked it what I had so onion was closer to 500g and Zucchini 700g so this may have also contributed to the marginally extra time needed. I might play around with the next few batched and add corn and capsicum.

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  • mrsbeecroft:thank you! I did dial the spice back a...

    Submitted by StezzaMixa on 18. November 2018 - 18:08.

    mrsbeecroft:thank you! I did dial the spice back a bit for the kiddies. I have done an adults only version with extra hot mustard, extra “hot” curry powder. Kids weren’t impressed but was lovely with cheese and crackers 😂

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  • This is yum. Everyone loved it. Nice on meat chops...

    Submitted by Tricia588 on 6. May 2018 - 12:27.

    This is yum. Everyone loved it. Nice on meat chops or steak as well.

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  • Great recipe to use up excess Zucchinis. Tasty but...

    Submitted by mrsbeecroft on 5. February 2017 - 12:39.

    Great recipe to use up excess Zucchinis. Tasty but going to add some more spice next time.

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  • Just made this and it is looking and tasking good...

    Submitted by PennyP677 on 19. January 2017 - 19:13.

    Just made this and it is looking and tasking good so far! I think I'd like to try to tweak it further for taste.

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  • I've made this a few times

    Submitted by jemmafraser44 on 22. March 2016 - 13:14.

    I've made this a few times and it's yummy. Nice and spicy, a touch sweet for my liking, but the in-laws can't get enough of it. 

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