Bubba's Baked Onions

Bubba's Baked Onions created by Bergy

Another recipe to use with the Jumbo Vidalia Onions. Don't forget large means Jumbo for these Vidalia Onions recipes.

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  • Peel Vidalia and scoop out middle leaving a hole the size of a quarter through entire Vidalia. (I would not brake through he bottom of the onion so flavor stays in the onion).
  • Place Vidalia in baking dish.
  • Inset bouillon cube in bottom of hole and fill the rest with butter.
  • Cook at 350°F for 30-45 minutes or until tender.
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"Another recipe to use with the Jumbo Vidalia Onions. Don't forget large means Jumbo for these Vidalia Onions recipes."

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  1. Aunt Paula
    My 11 yr. old loves onions, so I decided to give this a try. He also is very picky about what he eats. Well, he loved this! It turned out so nice and full of flavor, and of course I had to have a bit or two myself. He has already requested this for Superbowl Sunday! Next time I will have to try it in the microwave, but he wanted the first time done in the oven. Thanks for posting.
  2. SusieQusie
    This was a real hit at my dinner table tonight. We're doing Weight Watcher's so the butter wasn't happening. I doused the bouillon (granules - I didn't have cubes)with a couple of good shakes of Woo, sprinkled on some Butter Buds, sprayed the outside with FF margarine & baked for 45 minutes. The flavor was mild, almost nutty, & the texture was a bit crunchy - the perfect almost-fat-free side dish! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
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