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These tasted pretty good. The sauce was too good to waste so I drank that but next time I will thicken it a little so it sticks to the onion. It took about 45 min. to bake so I think I will cut the onions into chunks and bake it that way.<br/> Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag.

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Catnip46 July 05, 2013

What a super easy side dish to make! My onions were smaller so I halved the ingredients. We did the foil packets on the grill as a side to KC Strip Steaks. Wonderful! We will make these again! Thanks for sharing!

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CindiJ May 28, 2012

These were excellent! I followed your grilling directions and made them on the 4th of July. They were so tasty that I ate a whole one right out of the tin foil. Typically, I just add a bit on a hamburger but many of my guests were also just eating them whole. Very sweet and flavorful. I also was serving corn-on-the-cob and one of my guests poured the juice left in the foil over his ear of corn and said it added great flavor to sweet corn. Thank you sooo much KC_Cooker for sharing this recipe. When I grill this will be the way I will prepare vidalia's in the future.

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Brew City Chef July 05, 2008

Very nice recipe. I scaled the ingredients down a bit and used 1/2 tsp. bouillon granules, 1/2 tsp. olive oil and 1 tsp. brown sugar for each onion. Mine took longer than 30 minutes also, but I just finished them up in the microwave. I served these with turkey burgers and Black Beans and Tomatoes - Hot and Spicy. Thanks for posting.

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Sherri35 May 22, 2008

This is fabulous! It took longer than it says~~maybe my onions were bigger. I only did three, but it took about 40-45 minutes to cook. I made it again on the stove by simply cutting the onions into big chunks and sauteeing them in a pan with the other ingredients. It was ready in just a few minutes and was just as tasty as in the oven. Thanks so much for sharing!! My hubby loved them! :O)

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SPrins May 19, 2008

Fantastic! This is now my new favorite food to grill. I omitted the brown sugar, and substituted a little garlic, just because I don't like sweet foods. I grilled with marinated pork chops. Next time, I will try this when I grill steak and corn-on-the-cob. Thanks for the great recipe.

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debrab May 12, 2008

My, oh my.... I'd forgotten how nice these are. My ex father-in-law made these years ago.

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Vicki in AZ June 29, 2006

Good recipe, I didn't have boulion cubes so I used a teaspoon of granules instead. If you have big onions, double ingredients - mine were HUGE and could have used a bit more flavor. We'll have them again, thanks for the recipe!

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Brieness79 June 03, 2006

This was an unusual dish for me to make..we loved it. Since it was my first go and do not know how salty the chicken cubes would be in this recipe, and the onions were not very large, I only used 4. I served this with roast chicken, potatoes and broccoli.

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Pets'R'us August 11, 2005

Delish! I substituted with red Spanish onions as Vidalia's are outrageously expensive in Canada at this time of year. They were perfect alongside steaks, baked potatoes & mixed veggies in a foil pack - grilled out in the cold by my hubby. Thanx Kristen!

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CountryLady December 04, 2004
Vidalia Onion Bake