Vidalia Onions in Soy

"This recipe is easy and healthy. My onion haters love this gentle blending of flavors."
photo by Bergy photo by Bergy
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  • Melt the butter in small saucepan.
  • Add soy sauce to melted butter and mix.
  • Peel and quarter the onion.
  • Add to pan and cook over low heat.
  • We like them a bit underdone but cook to your liking.

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  1. This is amazing! I *accidentally* bought 10 pounds of vidalias and was looking for ways to use them. I chopped and froze a ton, and carmelized a bunch, but still had some left and saw this easy recipe. I let mine cook down for quite some time because of the grilling time on the meat; probably 30 minutes. They were sweet and caramelized and a fabulous side to chicken. We fought over this and I would definitely make more next time!
  2. Not bad, needs more Sneed's Feed and Seed.
  3. Hello Paka; I have cooked onions quite a number of different ways. This recipe is so simple but Oh, My, tastes so good. Served this with my Rib-Eyes Steaks and it was a great BIG hit. Could not find any Vidalia onions, so I used the large sweet onion, delightful. Thank you for sharing this recipe with us. Regards, "Uncle Bill"
  4. Super Onion recipe- I used Washinton Sweet- I love Vidalia onions but they are only available about 2 weeks out of the year here. I cut the recipe for two servings - no problem. Cooked the onions for about 9 minuyes - on a low medium heat (it was a 5 on my electric stove)wonderful still crisp but piping hot. One tip make sure you peel off the first inside layer or it can be tough. Thanks Paka I will be doing this one again
  5. These are TERRIFIC! I'd never served onions by themselves before, and Vidalia onions are out of season and not available here, but online research provided an alternative: Mayan Sweet Onions. I cooked them til fairly soft, and they were lovely! Thanks for this quick, easy, and tasty recipe!



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