This french onion pizza is exactly what we need this December. A simple, no-fuss kind of dinner that could not be more comforting. Once you get the onions on the stovetop, they take about an hour to cook, but the process is completely hands-off (other than some stirring, of course). They get cooked with butter, thyme, bay leaves, sherry wine, and beef stock to give them the rich flavors of french onion soup. Combine those with lots of gruyere and mozzarella cheese? The perfect winter pizza. Continue reading “French Onion Pizza”
An easy Fourth of July appetizer that you will LOVE: onion dip with dill potato chips. It’s quick, easy, and addictingly good. Sweet onions caramelized until rich and golden, tossed in a flavorful sour cream mixture, and served with oven-baked dill potato chips.
A rustic parmesan & caramelized onion crostata to add to your summer menus this season! It’s the perfect accompaniment to some grilled meat and a big salad. Flaky, buttery homemade parmesan dough surrounding sweet caramelized onions and baked until golden. Topped with more freshly grated parmesan cheese. The flavors are simple, but it is oh so delicious.
My new go-to recipe: spicy caramelized onion pasta. It’s a quick, completely satisfying dish that can be made on a busy weeknight when you just need a bit of comfort. I absolutely love this pasta. So simple, full of sweet onion flavor and lots of peppery spice.
Sharing a game day appetizer today that will be devoured in minutes: beer braised onion & cheddar dip. Sweet onions cooked down until golden and caramelized with beer and thyme for lots of rich flavor. They’re folded with mayo, dijon, a little cayenne, and lots of cheddar cheese. Baked until golden and bubbling, then served with pretzel roll toasts for dipping. It’s a decadent dip that everyone will request over and over again!
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