Kardea Brown Pickled Red Onions

Kardea Brown’s Pickled Red Onions

Kardea Brown is on top of her game, boasting an award-winning Food Network show, massive social media following and an upcoming cookbook to her credit. But it is her passion for soul food that truly distinguishes her – as seen on Delicious Miss Brown where Kardea prepares an elegant feast made up of BBQ Smoked Turkey Wings, Skillet Lima Beans and Creamed Corn Casserole along with Lemon Pudding Pound Cake to satisfy both hearts and tummies alike!

Kardea knows how to celebrate a big victory in style! Her take on classic dip is sure to add extra fun, using five types of onions for maximum flavor in her tasty dip – perfect for watching football games and pairing it with various dishes like burgers and hotdogs, sandwiches or deviled eggs!

Kardea also shows viewers how to prepare some of her favorite side dishes that complement sloppy joes, including an original slow-cooked brisket sloppy joe recipe topped with some of the tangiest pickled red onions you will ever experience.

This easy pickled red onion recipe is extremely flexible, adding extra zest to virtually every dish that needs an extra kick – from sandwiches with pulled pork or pulled chicken, tacos and bean dishes, mayo-based potato or egg salad salads or sturdy green salads like kale. They make an excellent addition to hors d’oeuvres buffets or sandwich bars at parties!

Slice onions using a mandoline or sharp knife into thin slices and divide them between two jars. Combine apple cider vinegar, brown sugar and salt in a medium saucepan; bring to a simmer and cook until all three dissolve (approximately 2-3 minutes). Pour this pickling juice over the onions so they’re completely submerged before closing up your jars and refrigerating for at least 2 hours before refining for further use.

Delicious Miss Brown airs Sunday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Food Network and is also available online via Philo, Amazon Prime, FuboTV and Google Play. For more of Kardea’s recipes check out her cookbook Delicious Southern Kitchen; and past episodes can also be watched via Food Network’s YouTube channel.

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