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Zucchini Relish / Pickle



3 jar(s)

Zucchini Relish / Pickle

  • 1000 g zucchini
  • 80 g salt
  • 2 onions
  • 550 g sugar
  • 525 g white vinegar
  • 1 teaspoons ground turmeric
  • 1/2 teaspoons curry powder
  • 1 teaspoons mustard powder
  • 3 tablespoons plain flour
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  • 9

Recipe's preparation

  1. Cut Zuchinni into 3 x 3cm pieces and onion into 1/4s.
    Grate in thermomix for 6 seconds speed 5 - extend or reduce time depending on your preference.Place into a bowl Sprinkle with 65g of salt ,let it stand for 2 hours. Drain off the liquid and discard - leaving the zucchini and onion remaining. Add to thermomix bowl with the remaining ingredients.

    Set for 10 minutes , 100 degrees speed 1 reverse with MC on.

    Add flour and water into a paste and add to the thermomix bowl to thicken mixture, add more if you would like it thicker.

    Set for 5 minutes , 100 degrees speed 1 reverse with MC on.
    Have jars steralised and ready to go, scoop out the zuchinni and onions and pop into jars.Makes around 3 jars dependent on size. Store in the fridge or you can also process using the fowlers vacola method for a longer shelf life ( skip 2nd cook if you are going to process further)

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  • I made this relish but needed to cook it an extra...

    Submitted by Tary71 on 29. January 2021 - 19:43.

    I made this relish but needed to cook it an extra 30-40 extra minutes before it would thicken up.

    Not sure if the additional 15g salt goes in after the zucchini has been drained but I just added the whole 80g at the beginning.

    I don't think this would have made a huge different to cooking times though.

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