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I ued fresh onions, quartered. Mixed a bit of Balsamic vinegar with the honey & catsup and they were wonderful - baked 15 minutes. They still had some crunch. I will try this again using bottled onions but love the fresh ones too Thanks eebrag

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Bergy May 23, 2005

These are really good. I used four 1015 sweet onions and sliced them thin. I doubled the sauce and cooked them about 30 minutes and they came out great.

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Kendall, Tx April 04, 2010

These are really good! I only had regular onions, which I sliced thin, then mixed them with the honey/ketchup mixture, and baked in the woodstove. They came out beautifully. I made this for the Healthy Choices tag game. Thank you for sharing.

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luvcook'n January 06, 2009

I used Walla Walla sweets and well, yum! I need a good Sunday roast to go with this!

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startnover September 25, 2006

Oh gosh these were so good! I used a bag of frozen small white onions and it worked out fine, what a wonderfil and easy onion recipe, thanks Edith!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz March 01, 2006

These are very easy and very good! I did not use the bottled onions. Vidalia onions are in season and I sliced a couple layered them in the casserole and topped them off with the wonderful sauce. After covering the dish, I baked them in the preheated oven for about 15 to 20 minutes. They had a slight crunch. Thanks for sharing!

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PaulaG July 26, 2005
Easy, Easy Glazed Onions