My DH loved this, especially with the hot peppers! I think I'll cut the honey by 1/2, it seemed to override the flavor of the original vidalia which is basically sweet in nature. The red pepper is a must! It gave the tongue teasing sweet/hot flavor. thanks.
This was a great tasting side dish!!! We had this as part of our Easter dinner. I used the cayenne pepper on it also. I left out the butter but I think I should have added it. Made for PAC Spring 2012.
I'm always amazed at how wonderful a recipe can be with
simple ingredients. This was #1 in my book: delicious, easy, healthy,
novel. Served with my posted Lebanese-style meatballs, sauteed broccoli rabe
and plain basmati rice. The sauce alone earns five stars but it was especially good spooned over the rice and I happily lapped it all up! Used a 'Hermiston Sweet' onion grown here in Oregon. Thanks! Will make again soon! Reviewed for Best of 2011 Tag Game.
This is so good! I ate a piece on its own and it's delicious! I did use the cayenne pepper option and it was a real nice touch. There was a nice mix of sweet and spicy that i enjoyed!
I really enjoy using onions as a vegetable, not just a seasoning. This is a terrific recipe! We didn't use the cayenne, but I might try that next time. Great recipe, thanks for posting!
Delicious! And very easy to prepare, definitely a keeper.
We enjoyed these hot n spicy, sweet onions very much, what a nice treat. I used the cayenne pepper option (1/4 tsp), sea salt & wildflower honey. The texture and flavour of the carmalized onions was amazing. The onions were very soft and tender. The heat from the cayenne and curry was lovely. I will double the recipe next time...thanks Karen
its a keeper! delicious! i actually didnt bake them but sliced the onion up and pan fried it and then added all the other ingredients and cooked until carmalized! mmmm. it turned out perfect. so tasty. great flavors. and great side dish, thanks..
Yum! I used smaller Peruvian sweet onions and they were so good! Loved the sweet spicy flavor! Thank you Karen!
This was a nice change of pace. The honey glaze didn't really soak into the onions as much as I'd like. I think next time I'll finish the onions under the broiler. Thanks, Karen!