Delicious way to prepare onions?!

Question: Delicious way to prepare onions?
I love to eat onions but don't feel like eating them raw right now, any suggestions??? A way to cook them so they taste good??? I like almost every food around so feel free to recommend me anything, greetings and thank you!!!


Caramelize them in butter and a little garlic. The smell is heavenly and they taste great on just about all beef, from burgers to steak

Try caramelizing the onions.

Get a 1 inch cube of butter and melt it in a pan on medium-high heat, then throw in a bunch of thinly sliced onions.
Stir to coat the onions in butter.
Cook until the onions are translucent and golden brown, stirring occasionally. this should take about 20 minutes.

Enjoy the onions as a topping for pizza, in a salad, or on toast with brie cheese!


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Slice them in little strips, about 1-3" long. Saute them in some oil, add fun spices.. taste them to see what you like. Do this until they turn brown, and then eat them. You can also do it with some bits of meat or mushrooms if you like it!!!!

Make a pizza with them, or a salad.

What if you butter them up, a bit of salt, maybe some celery, wrap them in foil and roast them at 350 for 30 minutes or so- I`ve never tried it but it might be good, since you made me think about it. Or a pb and onion sandwich, fried or raw your choice.

battered and fried with a honey mustard sauce for dipping, grilled or just wrap in foil with butter salt and pepper and bake in the oven until caramelized.

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Caramelize them in a bit of butter. Or saute them in a bit of olive oil. They will be sweeter if you caramelize them/saute them.

you could saute them in a sauce of your choice with some chicken and make a delicious entre for yourslef or family. Good Luck!


frying them in oil

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