Ricotta Onion Pie

"Here's an side dish or light supper that can be served hot or cold. Love those onions!!!"
Ricotta Onion Pie created by woodland hues
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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Sauté onions until soft and slightly browned.
  • Place in unbaked pie shell.
  • Combine melted butter and crumbs and set aside.
  • Mix all the rest of the ingredients and pour into pie shell.
  • Top with crumb mixture.
  • Bake for 30 minutes.

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  1. woodland hues
    Ricotta Onion Pie Created by woodland hues
  2. woodland hues
    Very good, we had this cold, and enjoyed, esp DH; I'd like to have this heated another time and see how I like it then..I need to cut the water down to about 2/3 cup because it filled the pie shell to overflowing (even though I used a deep dish shell). I baked at 400F for 30 minutes, then 350F for 15 minutes. Thanks for posting! Me again, with an update: this recipe is perfection with the addition of 1/4 cup water at most. Have used crushed Ritz crackers and that was delightful. Baked up nicely at 400F for 35 min.
  3. angie r chatlos
    well, this was a tasty treat wished we had it during lent, makes a yummy meatless treat
  4. Latchy
    This is the second time I have made this recipe, goes to show I think it is really good. I made it as I did last time by adding some proscuitto and also a little flaked chili to the breadcrumbs but this time I used only green onions. I think I liked it better with just all green onions.
  5. skat5762
    This is fabulous! Following chia's lead, I added some chopped bacon to the onions, and supplemented about half of the chives with green onions. I used a full-lard pie crust, which worked great with the savoury flavour. This came to a potluck in honour of a retiring co-worker, and was the first thing to disappear from the table. 30 hungry librarians wouldn't steer you wrong. ;) Thanks! edited to add a variation by Arostook: Reduce chopped onions to 1 tbls and add two cups of fresh mushroom.


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