As a condiment, this is top of the list! Long, slow cooking lends the onions succulence and depth, which, in turn, adds a wonderful rich flavor to almost any dish. Try this on toast, biscuits, potatoes, pizza, in sandwiches, in a soup or stew, and especially good over Sun Dried Tomato Polenta Cutlets! From Moosewood Restaurant Low Fat Favorites Cookbook. Enjoy!
An unusual and interesting change from the usual nuts and crackers! Adapted from Cooking With Too Hot Tamales cookbook. This fits into the Southern category because coconuts are grown in Florida and also the Mexican/TexMex category because the chili powder is used.
This goes fast! A great late night snack, goes perfectly with burgers, soup, and sandwiches! Adapted from Food & Wine magazine.
Onion rings are a type of fast food commonly found in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and Spain.
Double the pleasure! Adapted from Cooking With Paula(Deen) magazine. I don't eat bacon, so adapted this to suit my taste. Actually, you could make this without the bacon and it will still be good. Sometimes you could skip toasting the bread, and yep, it'll still be great. I hope you enjoy.
This is a wonderful alternitive to real mayonnaise. I have been put on a strict diet and this saves the day! Makes a great salad dressing(I add a little honey), spread for sandwiches, or dip. Adapted from Raw and Living Foods.
This is popular in Spain, Mexico, Central America and the Southern USA.
A completely homemade cocktail sauce that is great with seafood and even with fries! Adapted from Marlene Sorosky, an award-winning cookbook author.This recipe fits in the Spanish, English, Mexican and Southwestern catagories.
Serve with steak, chicken, fish or whatever pleases you! Adapted from Cooking With Onions, Favorite Onion Recipes. The Spanish, Greeks and Italians all use red onions extensively. Also popular in the Southwest, West and the South!
This recipe came from Chef Craig Stoll, chef and owner of the Delfina restaurant in San Fransisco, California. I did scale down the recipe to feed 12. You can easily cut this recipe in half. Great for a crowd for the holidays!