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Onions are usually thought of as an add-in flavoring to another dish. Chopped, diced and sliced onions are found in ingredient lists in millions of recipes.
However, the onion is underused as the main ingredient. Onions can be baked, stuffed, glazed and caramelized. They can be deep fried or grilled, sauteed or boiled. They are so versatile and play well with many other flavors. They contain vitamins A, C, E and iron.
At the store, you'll find a variety of onions including white, red, yellow, sweet (like Vidalia or Walla Walla), green onions (scallions), spring onions, cippolini, shallots, pearl onions and others.
Onion Loaf Made with oil, white onions, milk, eggs, salt, baking or pancake mix oven, deep fryer
Candied Onions Made with sugar, steak sauce, margarine, salt, white onions Baked Celery And Onions With Herbs Made with onions, butter, celery, cornstarch, chicken broth, dried marjoram, dried thyme, salt, black pepper, fresh parsley oven, stovetop
Marinated Tomatoes And Onions Made with garlic, fresh oregano, tomatoes, red onion, olive oil, red wine vinegar, sugar, salt, black pepper, fresh parsley French Onion Soup Casserole Made with French bread, black pepper, Swiss cheese, soy sauce, onions, butter, cream of chicken soup, milk oven, stovetop Walla Walla Onion Pie Made with ground nutmeg, black pepper, salt, all-purpose flour, half and half, eggs, butter, olive oil, sweet onions, such as Walla Walla, sliced, pastry for single pie crust Fried Green Onions Made with water, sugar, black pepper, salt, green onions including tops, chopped into small pieces (about 1/2”), bacon