Step 5: Pick It And Thick It

When the liquid has reduced pick out the herb stems and bay leaves. You'll want to reduce the liquid away now until you have a thick jam consistency. The level of left over liquid is up to you.
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like having caramelized onion on the go, nice
If you had a pressure canner you could definitely make a ton of caramelized onions and then can them. I often see a 25lb bag of onions at an Indian grocery and have to restrain myself.
This sounds so yummy! Great photos too. :D
It is rawther tasty. Thanks!

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