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    [Cover photo by Nimrod Cook.] Onion recipes. (Stuffed onions appear in my cookbook Stuff It! (Onions) .
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    I have no idea where Lee's Family Diner is and who the heck is Becky!. I found this on the www.copykat.com site. My youngest DS requested burgers and 'fries for his birthday lunch and so I made this. We all liked it VERY much, pretty greasy though, so have plenty of napkins available. For the texas toast, use whatever flavor your family likes, I used parmesan. This was delicious, one that I will be making again-hope you think so too.

    Recipe #124185

    I have been making these for over 20 years, I usually get about 15 patties but it depends on the size of the batter that you drop in the pan, these are better if fried to very brown and crispy, you can make a double recipe, fry them then freeze them on a tray then pop them into freezer bags, then just warm them in the oven to crisp up, they are very addicting and I can tell you I eat half before they even get to the table lol! If you plan on doubling the recipe then make two separate recipes in two bowls, I have doubled the recipe into one bowl and for some reason they just are not as good --- if desired you could add in a slightly beaten large egg and reduce the milk by 1/4 cup --- you will *love* these! also see my recipe#186700 *and* recipe#244592

    Recipe #138173

    Delicious and bit different way of cooking onions. The smoked paprika gives it a special pizzaz, but sub ordinary paprika if you don't have any.

    Recipe #63636

    This is great served over fish or chicken, but so good on it's own too! Adapted from Bon Appetit!

    Recipe #182354

    Recipe #10349

    This recipe appeared in Gourmet a decade ago. I recently came upon it on epicurious.com and will try it on my George Foreman Grill.

    Recipe #161609

    This dish is not only ridiculously easy to prepare but is also made from scratch, giving you an extra excuse to gloat. Although this recipe is time-consuming, the onions can be cooked ahead of time and then thrown in with the base at the last minute, if you're in a rush. The original recipe is from Nigella Lawson's fantastic, "How To Be A Domestic Goddess," and I only changed it to make it a little easier for North American kitchens to prepare. Please enjoy! (Updated to reflect comments :D )

    Recipe #187575

    Oh this is one tasty dish, just a little something different.

    Recipe #110362

    The way the French cook their onions!

    Recipe #67942

    These pickled onions are always served with Cochinita Pibil tacos, which originated in Yucatan, Mexico.

    Recipe #167841

    Not just another pretty applesauce dish! This is for the cook who is not afraid to try something a little different with her pork! This combination makes your mouth smile from the inside out! And it takes very little effort or time to throw it into the oven !

    Recipe #153102

    5 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    Is it a vegetable side dish or is it corn bread? This recipe comes from The New American Diet Cookbook and is credited to having originated in eastern Oregon. It is deliciously different and goes well with stews, bean soup or chili.

    Recipe #147678

    Easy to whip up, great with a glass of wine!

    Recipe #85225

    This is a great recipe for lunch, you could substitute white onions for the sweet onions. I found it in the Taste of Home award winner's cookbook.

    Recipe #140402

    My family enjoys onions just about every way they can be prepared. This is one of the recipes they enjoy most. It's tasty enough to serve to company

    Recipe #108439

    This sounds delicious. I'll have to try it sometime.

    Recipe #131493

    Serve these with mashed potatoes along with a dollop of sour cream. My mother make them like this.

    Recipe #124891

    These onion rings are sweet and spicy, they are delicious!.... the batter crust really puffs up when frying. If you prefer the rings more spicy, just add in more ground red pepper, warning... that stuff is very hot, so a little goes a long way LOL!

    Recipe #119801

    Onion lovers unite!!! This is a very good side dish for BBQ. I found this recipe in a magazine over ten years ago, I think while waiting at the Vet's. Vidalias are best, but I just use spanish, red's, or any combination thereof.

    Recipe #102494

    This is my husband's recipe. The onion, steamed in its own juices, comes out very mild and sweet. Prep time refers to the slicing time after they're done cooking. And, careful, they're slippery...

    Recipe #25572

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