Monday, December 05, 2005

Mmmmm unyunzzzz . . .

This is the simplest and best recipe that you will ever find for onions. Just take about 40 white boiling onions and peel them (there is no easy way to do this unless you are married, in which case you can have your spouse do it!). In a large saucepan melt and bring to a boil about 2/3 c. chicken broth and 3-4T. butter; as soon as it boils, drop in the onions, add a dash of salt and a few grindings of fresh pepper and simmer on a low temperature for about 30-40 minutes until the onions are soft. Keep the pan covered and be careful to stir so your onions don't burn. If you have too much liquid at the end and it's not sufficiently thick and carmalized, then cook over medium-high heat the last few minutes of cooking til the liquid thickens. You should have a rich sweet dish of onions - great with a holiday dinner or any dinner for that matter.



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