Onion Rava dosa (Indian Pancake variety) is a popular South Indian breakfast which is very easy to prepare.
Pilaf, which is traditionally made with rice, can contain a variety of different ingredients depending on the culture cooking it. This adaptation takes on an Italian spin: with celery, carrots, onion, thyme, and oregano. And a handful of raisins to add some sweetness.
Try this simple Italian-style potato recipe with swiss chard, chili pepper flakes, and a tasty garlic dressing that doesn’t require ANY mayonaisse for once!
The taste of Rajma (red kidney beans) cooked in a tomato onion gravy enriched with spices (Masala) makes you ask for more. Rajma Masala is usually had with steaming hot rice along with a side of sliced onions and some hot peppers for extra zing.
Try this pizza loaded with crispy brussels sprouts, a cheesy mix of mozzarella and feta, and a final topping of sweet and savory beer caramelized onions with a drizzle of balsamic.
Great on game day, classy rosemary-infused turkey sliders are topped with red wine onions, goat cheese, and arugula. A perfect pair with a Garnacha wine.
A toasted baguette cradles creamy Aged Havarti with a delightful contrast of apple cider caramelized onions and a kiss of thyme.
A Chinese-inspired dish from Thailand and Laos, this recipe is quick, easy, and totally delicious. Be ready for a kick of awesome spice.
Roasted cipollinis, fresh vegetables, and smoky seafood make for a refreshing, unforgettable salad.
Try a gluten-free coating for fried onions with plenty of garlic. A perfect crispy topping for soups and salads.
When you combine a copycat recipe for an iconic burger and wrap it in a tortilla, taco night will never be the same. Animal Style In-N-Out Bacon Beef Tacos.
Can’t wait for seasonal tomatoes to ripen and be ready to eat? Enjoy pickled green tomatoes and onion in a flash.
Marinated cucumbers and onions combine with blue crabs to make this Gulf Coast favorite salad.
A filling soup is a great and beautiful way to use up leftover ingredients in your kitchen.
Slow cooked lamb sandwiches on a baguette will delight the palate with sweet onions and spicy aioli.
These caramelized onions are delicious, sweet and savory with a bit of vinegary bite and the sauce emulates Italian agrodulce.
These vegan patties are full of flavorful veggies and legumes that are delicious in their own right and as a healthy alternative to fast food burgers.
This rustic Middle Eastern comfort food makes a simple vegetarian main or the center piece for a mezze spread.
This warm and filling vegetarian dish is simple to make in large batches to feed a crowd or last all week.
Serve these as an appetizer or a main on the first day and toss leftovers with tomatoes, cilantro and onions to make a quick and fragrant stir-fry.
Roasted Pumpkin and slightly caramelized onions provide sweetness that is offset by a generous helping of balsamic vinegar.
This traditional German dish ranges in size and shape throughout the country, but the buttery caramelized onions and savory bacon filling is consistent.
Roasting broccoli is a wonderful way to prepare it; as it crisps up in the oven, it caramelizes in spots and takes on an almost nutty flavor.
This recipe was originally developed for its penny-pinching properties but it has all the makings of an instant classic comfort food, regardless of your means.
This rustic and unassuming Indian dish gets it’s smoky and complex flavors from slow braising on low heat.
Spoil your guests with this as an appetizer or serve with just a salad and a bottle of wine for a romantic night in.
This soup is hearty enough to satisfy vegetarians but it could easily be be adjusted for meat-eaters with the addition of sausage.
These onions go very well tandoori snacks or rich curry dishes like paneer butter masala, dal makhani, tandoori aloo or any rich curry dish of your choice.
A simple stir fry with turnips and turnip greens. Perfect over warm toasted bread and cheese.
While this dish definitely lacks photographic appeal, it makes up for its appearance in taste.
These caramelized beets make a nutritious, colorful and tasty addition to the dinner table.
A cheesy layered torte full of squash, sweet potato, and kale.
Pickled red onions are the perfect way to add tang to any simple dish or salad.