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These sound really good-It's Vidalia onion season-will try this recipe with vidalia's instead of red and see how it turns out. Yumm!!!!

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mamacancook May 16, 2006

MMMMM! I halved the recipe and served as a side with Greek Pork Chops # 112915. The onions were sweet and the thyme gives them a nice flavor.

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islandgirl77551 January 17, 2006

This was pretty good, but after I took it out at 35 minutes, I knew that I wanted it more carmalized. I turned the oven up to 450 and cooked another 20 minutes.

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tara portee September 28, 2005

I like onions but my husband loves them almost as much as me, so I want to try this for him and see if he agree's that it is good thanks for the tip

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rondaraebowles July 27, 2005

I love onions, too. And this recipe is an absolute must for all onion lovers. All others will be onion lovers after they have tried this one. The recipe is so easy - it is foolproof. But the outcome is delicious. The baking on salt gave the onions a wonderfull texture. Firm, but with a tasty moisture. The butter and the thyme add a fantastic flavor to the onions. These onions would go well together with any other main dish. But try them also as a snack or as a starter. My suggestion: Try them in any way. They are wonderful.

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Thorsten July 05, 2005
Roasted Red Onions With Thyme and Butter