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Great recipe! Great way to use up the last of the 10# bag of onions I buy from Costco. I used these broken up on pizzas and in casseroles. I cannot wait until the sweet Vidalia and 1015s come back into season. I am going to freeze lots of these.

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Chohertz March 08, 2009

DH loves onions but I have to saute them first to mellow them as they love him back all night after he eats them. This was a great idea. I froze the onions after caramelizing and used them as needed for various dishes. They smell great while cooking,too. Thanks, Jeri.

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ToiCara November 16, 2007

These are so simple and so good. I did them overnight, and they smelled so good when I hit the kitchen in the morning. Not sure caramelized onions go with coffee, but they sure smelled great. Thanks for a good and easy recipe, JeriBinNC.

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lazyme November 21, 2006

Excellent and easy recipe. I used leeks, shallots, and yellow onion. Wonderful to use in casseroles, soups and on steak sandwiches.

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KelBel November 13, 2006

OMG! What a great way to do this! Actually left for 48 hrs on low - 6 onions - froze 5 and had french onion soup for dinner - from scratch - on a work night! (Thank God for good stock in the freezer too!) THANK YOU THANK YOU!

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Stacey in BG!!! January 16, 2013

What a simple but great idea! Its a keeper!

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Southern Sugar Dumplin November 16, 2006

what a good idea! I halved the recipe and left the crockpot on for the day. It was just as you said, nice and browned and soft. I used some on top of a veggie burger for dinner. thanks Jeri!

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Sharon123 October 31, 2006
Crock Pot Caramelized Onions