A tender pastry crust topped with sweet roasted onions and just a hint of herbs make this a onion tart a favorite appetizer.
Onion Pakoda is a famous street food from India. These bhajiyas are crispy and crunchy onions mixed in chickpea flour and spices.
Tossed in a warm red wine vinaigrette, celebrate spring with this easy meal of charred spring onion linguine. Plus, it can be ready in just 20 minutes.
A vibrant broccoli and onion spread is pureed until smooth and served simply with a rustic loaf of bread.
Tis the season of soup. Dive into Betty Rosbottom’s new cookbook debuting the hottest soups of the year and of all time with fresh salad ideas and sandwiches to match the hot or cold bowls.
This is impressive. A gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free dip that is flavorful and is great as an appetizer. Why not give it a try?
Whoever doesn’t love guacamole, more for those who do! Here is a loaded, quick and easy recipe to perfectly pair with a crispy, toasted tortilla chip. Cheers to National Guacamole Day!
Rich mushrooms, bold cheese, sweet onions and salty prosciutto are melded together with a runny yolk that is perfect to dip a pizza crust into.
Loaded with a vegan potato and onion filling, these pierogi are the perfect winter meal with a side of roasted brussels sprouts.
Have a refreshing taste of Key Largo no matter where you are. Served with a mango salsa and lime butter, this yellowtail fish is an explosion of flavor.
Semolina bread is stacked with buffalo mozzarella, crisp radicchio, olive oil, and red onion from Tropea to make a panino with flavors of southern Italy.
Crispy tofu is served with a tangy rice vinegar red onion salad. A truly refreshing and beautiful side dish.
Made with yellow onions, shallots, and leeks, this triple onion soup with sherry and white wine is true, cheesy comfort food.
Chef Jeremy Fox likes perfectly diced vegetables. He teaches us how to dice an onion, a kitchen skill every cook should achieve. Uniform pieces of onion look great and will cook evenly.
If you are over the pumpkin craze that without fail comes with the fall season or you are looking to branch out, here are some of our favorite autumn ingredients and the best ways to feature the seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Spring onions, yogurt, and avocado combine with salty Swedish cheese crisps for a tasty warm weather soup. Serve this pureed soup as a first course at your next dinner party or holiday gathering.
A bowl of spring goodness doused in a lemon-dill vinaigrette and finished with avocado. Roasted sweet potatoes add rich flavor to the fresh flavors.
Onion confit is a delicious sweet-savory onion jam originating from France. It’s great in warm sandwiches, omelets, and on grilled beef or lamb. Try it!
This quiche is flavorful and creamy with a spicy kick and densely loaded with vegetables. Serve as a hearty brunch with vibrant flavors.
Lamb, cooked with balsamic, honey, and rosemary, served between brioche buns and topped with Castello’s havarti and caramelized onions for a fancy burger.
A delicious, simple and impressive Alsatian dish to serve next time the next time you host a gathering.
This Blonde French Onion Soup is a deliciously creamy twist on the classic version with the added bonus of rich aged Havarti cheese.
Filling dumpling soup with ginger and chili dipping sauce that is irresistible. If there are leftovers, we doubt there will be, try dumplings for breakfast.
An easy recipe to create succulent steak perfect for salads, in between grilled bread, or sauced in tacos.
Arepas are fun. Not to mention, the smoky pork with the spicy and sour onions, herb-filled chimichurri, and cornmeal arepas are simply delicious.
Sautéed onions, chili, and bell peppers make this kale breakfast bowl something to envy in the morning. For added flavor try adding black beans and cheese.
Roasted pearl onions with balsamic, olive oil, and fresh basil leaves have found their home with zucchini on top of flatbread. Add forget goat cheese, too.
A traditional Bangladesh dish, beef curry is served at major events. Caramelized onions and potent spices make this a memorable beef and gravy dish.
This chicken breakfast sausage is sweetly savory, super flavorful, moist, and perfect nestled next to a fried egg.
There was something about these sweet and spicy discs that make the hard to resist- Baked Onion Crackers.
A light egg sandwich on a crusted bread with lemony, braised fennel and pickled onion.
Caramelized Onion Patty Melts: a combo of juicy burgers and gooey grilled cheese sandwiches.
This super healthy salsa is great with tortilla or pita chips and would be fabulous served with cream cheese or goat cheese as a bruschetta topping.
This aromatic savory quick bread makes a great snack or pairs perfectly with chili or stew.
Roasting beets concentrates their flavor to an intense, mouth-filling sweetness in this hearty side dish.
For breakfast, brunch or breakfast-for-dinner, these customizable baked eggs-in-a-baguettes are a crowd-pleaser.
Layers of butternut squash, tart green apple and savory onion are punctuated by tiers of gooey cheese in these mini gratins that would be perfect at a dinner party.
Crispy sage is the perfect seasonal garnish for this comforting Fall soup. Serve it out of hallowed out pumpkins for a festive dinner!
The title tells the whole story in what could hardly be called a recipe. But it’s a suggestion worth taking as the complexity of rock salt carries this salad.
All the different textures in this salad — crisp onions and apples, crunchy nuts and creamy eggs — keep it interesting.
Squash soups are a Fall staple, and while butternut usually gets all the glory, acorn squash works just as well, with tart Granny Smiths cutting through the sweetness.
This quick and fuss free chicken curry is for garlic-lovers only, filled with robust garlic flavor.
You can sub in peas, celery, olives, green onion, radish or even a different dressing in this colorful salad.
Warm sunchokes make a perfect combination with the pumpkin seeds, the little bursts of cold, piquant pickled onion, and the creamy shavings of Parmesan.
Onion jam is rich and savoury-sweet, great with pates or in sandwiches.
This bread is hearty, like a thick Sicilian pizza due to the toppings. It is also one of the quickest, easiest breads you’ll ever make.
This simple, quick and fabulous chutney can accompany dosa, (lentil crepes) Idlis (savory cakes) or even get mixed in with rice.
A vegetable-heavy salad featuring roasted eggplant, onions, pepper, and zucchini that won’t weigh you down
A vegetarian style pizza disguised under layers of meaty mushrooms and smoky provolone.
This cream of tomato soup is a deliciously thick soup made from tomatoes, cream, pepper, onion and garlic.
This pizza dish is inspired by two things, Soni Sinha’s love for Indian chutneys and seafood.
Dutch new herring (maatjesharing) is herring prepared in a specific Dutch way and is seen as a great seasonal delicacy.
This delicious brunch side dish of potatoes is packed in decadence from bacon and caramelized onions.
With a vein of Pt. Reyes blue cheese running through the center and an onomatopoeic crust, this meatloaf is a recipe to be beat.
After a day of ice skating on the canals of Holland, Simone Van Den Berg serves up a warming quiche.
An easy and healthy roasted Portuguese salted cod with a clean lemony flavor.
The ancient Italian folk tale about a vagabond, a poor woman and a lovely Tuscan soup.
A lentil and rice dish, flavored lightly with gala apple, red onion and a bit of feta, is a lovely winter lunch.
There is something magical and beautiful about rising dough. The smell of home made, freshly baked bread.
Pairing the aromatic topping with the smokiness of the roasted pepper, the fluffy soft texture of the bread and the slight tang of the mustard is an experience you don’t want to miss.