Onion Chutney Recipe – Tangy And Spicy

Onion Chutney Recipe – Tangy and Spicy

This onion chutney cooked in slow cooker has a really amazing balance of heat, sweetness, softness and a really nice spiced finish. The sweet onion flavor comes through well and the texture is really nice.

For this delicious recipe maybe you will need to drop a few tears (only when you cut onions), but the sweet product at the end of the story should turn out to be worth every tear. Whether you are serving the grilled chicken, some other vegetables or grilled meat, good caramelized onion chutney should be a decent source of amazing flavors to enrich each of those combinations. Try serving it with warm goat’s cheese on toast.

Onions are rich in carbohydrates, sugar and potassium and is said to prevent osteoporosis, helps to fight some of the side effects of high blood sugar and heart disease. Onions are richest food sources of chromium which improves the body’s ability to respond to insulin. Take a look at how to prepare the tasty and healthy onion chutney.


  • 8 red onion, sliced
  • 100 g caster sugar
  • 100 ml red wine vinegar
  • 100 ml red wine
  • dash grenadine syrup


Place the onions and sugar in a slow cooker, cover and cook over medium heat until soft, about 10 minutes. Pour in the red wine vinegar and red wine, then simmer uncovered until the liquid has reduced and the mixture is sticky, about 10 minutes more. Add the grenadine syrup and mix well. Leave to cool, then transfer to a sterilized jar and seal.

Nutrition: per tbsp Kcal 24

Additional ingredients can be added to this recipe according to your personal taste. A couple of garlic, cumin, thyme, redcurrant jelly, cloves, sultanas, mustard, apple, and tomato puree all work well. Add a tablespoon of cornflower to thicken up the chutney if desired.