"I don't hate red onions . . . I have a lot of them on my menu," he explained. "There are big things that get edited out of these [TV] shows. When I explain my thought process on red onions, all too often, what happens is, is that it's not interesting — what's interesting is the reaction."
You heard it from Scott Conant himself: he doesn't dislike onions. A few ways chef Scott likes to prepare onions, when you read more.
We love a fun variation of meat and potatoes like kateparham's steak with drunken onions and Dijon potatoes.
I sincerely hope that your mouth filled with saliva upon reading the title of this recipe post — it’s that good. Steak is already delicious on its own, but top it with onions cooked in beer and we’re in a whole new ballpark. Rib eyes were on sale at Central Market this week, so that’s the cut I went with. Season liberally with salt & pepper on both sides. This is where I hand it off to the boy to handle the grilling. I don’t know what he does, but whatever it is, it’s good!
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The technique and ingredients are simple, but the resulting chicken is juicy, succulent, and intensely delicious. Now is the perfect time to make this chicken because oranges are in season, and they're the major flavoring agent. The zest seeps into the chicken and permeates it with orange essence. I served it with white beans, but it would pair nicely with potatoes or rice. Get the recipe, after the break.
He woke up so we called the pediatrician and she told us an amazing thing. If his ear is hurting, fry up some onions in some olive oil and put it in a sock and hold it up to his ear and it will make his ear feel better. The warmth of the sock and the poultice and antioxidants in the onions — and it worked!
What type of home remedies do you use on your child?
Although some hate on Rachael Ray for giving her dishes wacky names, I've always been a fan of her "stuffing muffins." The individual sized portions of stuffing have a crispy exterior and succulent inside. Unlike some stuffings, this one doesn't include any meat; instead it pairs apples with onions to create a flavorful base.
Cook them in the muffin tins, or for a fun alternative, do what I did and bake them in mini muffin tins. The resulting stuffing bite pops in your mouth and is great served as an appetizer. Learn Ray's method after the break.
For some reason, I only make frittatas for special occasions, like a holiday brunch or a bridal shower lunch. I've got to get more into them (and so should you) because they are absolutely delicious and very versatile. A frittata can be consumed at breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and can be filled with tons of ingredients. This recipe uses mustard greens, onions, and parmesan cheese. The flavorful combination of bitter greens and sweet onions work sublimely here.
Instead of cooking it over the stove, I poured the egg mixture into a nine-by-13-inch pan that was lined with parchment paper; then I baked the whole thing in the oven like a crustless quiche. It was easier to slice into bite-sized portions and serve on toothpicks. However, if it was on the menu at a leisurely brunch, it would be fun to bring the saute pan to the table and let guests slice their own piece. This frittata would pair well with smoked salmon, roasted cherry tomatoes, or sparkling wine. To add a great frittata recipe to your rotation, keep reading.