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Easy BBQ Tomato Relish

Fri 6th, Mar, 2015

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Hellooo, here today with a very easy tomato relish recipe to enjoy with a good old Aussie bbq burger.
As you know the last few weeks or so have been rather busy for me and easy meals have been on the agenda, plus without an oven I’ve had to think up ways to cook meals rather than my fall-back simple throw it in the oven type concoctions…there have been a lot of slow cooker, one-pot affairs and bbqs here.

I have to say, I am not the world’s most talented barbecue-er, I think my English roots of inclement weather ruining a fair few cooking over coals occasions have left me taking the easy route when the sun is shining, life is good and the grilling goes outside.

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So, because of my skill set in this department or lack thereof, I rely on really nice meat, with a simple marinade or I buy something to just throw on and add a relish to, or make up a quick and easy rub.  These burgers from Woolworths Gold Range are Product of the Year award winners and have been part of the throw it on the bbq cooking of late – so easy, made from top Aussie ingredients and super tasty.

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easy tomato relish recipe

To these I add this simple and quick relish and a salad and all is done and dusted…what I love about this relish recipe is there aren’t many ingredients to fuss with, it tastes great and you can pretty much pop it all in a pan and leave it to get on with itself (my kinda cooking as you know)… then just get on with everything else like the table and the bbq and when you come back it’s all done…and tastes great.

Easy Tomato Relish Recipe

1 large onion finely chopped
2 cloves garlic finely chopped
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp vinegar
500g tomatoes chopped
1 teaspoon curry powder
1 teaspoon mustard powder
4 burgers (I used Woolworths Gold Angus Beef and Wagyu Beef Burgers)

1. add olive oil to pan and then add onion and garlic to soften
2. add all other ingredients and cook on low for about 20 mins
3. serve tomato relish with burgers.

The relish is really good with cold meats and in sandwiches too and keeps in the fridge in a airtight container for 4 or so days.

Over and out from me and this very easy relish recipe, just how we like recipes over here in Beach Cottage Land – simple but lovely :)
Sarah

Woolworths Gold Angus Beef Burgers with Caramelised Onion/Woolworths Gold Wagyu Beef Burgers) have been named 2015 Products of the Year *Winners in the Fresh Meat Category *Angus beef burger: A premium quality burger made of coarsely ground Australian Angus beef with sweet caramelised onion * Wagyu Beef burger: 350 day grain fed, coursely ground Australian Wagyu Beef seasoned with native herbs and spices.

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6 Responses to “Easy BBQ Tomato Relish”

  1. Ooh sounds delicious! Would be so yummy on a salad sandwhich….Hmm i might have to go make some before lunch LOL

  2. Mrs Woog says:

    Oh I LOVE a good condiment! Good one Sarah xx

  3. DeAna says:

    I’ve made homemade ketchup before and it’s waaaayyyy better than store bought. Yours looks absolutely, mouth watering-ly delicious! Must try when the bbq season is upon us.
    xx

  4. Hi Sarah.
    This looks fabulous!
    Love your photography as well.
    Mmmmm those burgers remind me of summer days ;)
    I’ll have to try your relish….thanks for the recipe!
    Blessings xo

    All my heart,
    Deborah

  5. Louise says:

    Gorgeous photography as usual Sarah, and love the super quality styling, it’s why I love your blog. I bought these burgers at the weekend, very nice too, didn’t get to making relish tho’.

    The light in your new house is deveine

  6. LornaJulieCarmeddy@CarmeddyHouse says:

    Hey Sarah

    I’m going to try the relish recipe, sounds very easy.

    I don’t shop in Woollworth’s normally but I might just pop in for a burger when I’m next passing heehee.

    Lorna

    :-)