By Judikins on May 12, 2004
Photo by Bergy
Photo by Bergy
"When I lived in Washington, we had these regularly when the Walla Walla "sweets" came in. They are deliciious and it's so simple! Makes a great appetizer or side dish."
Serving Size: 1 (65 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"We love this recipe and it is so easy! Sometimes we skip the beef bouillon cube and just season it with pepper and 1/4 teaspoon of salt."
"WE just love onions cooked this way, always a huge hit with everyone, even those who are self professed "onion haters." If in a hurry, we prepare them as written here but wrap in celephane and cook in the microwave, we find they are just as good this way, we like our's really soft."
"This is a grillers delight. I made these all last year when we grill out, and that's a lot. When I don't have a walla walla or another sweet onion I use the biggest yellow onions I have and the results are almost the same...DELICIOUS. Just toss them on the grill and when they are soft, they're done. (Can't wait for grilling weather again.) This recipe is a must for onion lovers. Great recipe. Thanks for posting it. Chuck"
"Just a suggestion: Try wraping in foil and throwing on the grill. Been making these for years and never a BBQ goes by with at least 4 of them grilling away."
"I love onions and I really enjoyed this baked onion. My onions were medium size and knowing that I like the onion still crisp I cut the baking time to 30 minutes - perfect. Definately a "do again" recipe"
"I make these a lot with any large white or yellow onion. I just use the beef bullion cube. I don't put butter in with it. This is delicious and has fewer calories than a baked potato. "