Yanno, I made pot roast the other day. That Old Lipton Onion Soup Pot Roast from the ’60s. And I saved a bit for my Bourbon Barbecue Pot Roast Sandwich. It wasn’t easy, and it took a heroic effort to squirrel a little away for this sandwich, but when a sandwich so epic can be made from a few leftovers? So worth it.
Would you guys kill me if I give you yet another Caramelized Onion Dip? Already, I have a Skinny Caramelized Onion Dip, Classic Lipton’s Onion Soup Dip and Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip. But just one more, this Classic French Onion Dip for New Year’s…then we can all go through several weeks of Healthy…
Caramelized Onions are my JAM! Well, not literally, but there’s an idea, for a recipe, huh? But today, I used them in a healthier Skinny Caramelized Onion Dip. Perfect to take to a party or serve at home.
Steakhouse Mushrooms are such an easy skillet side for steak or maybe for roasted chicken. You can make them right on the grill if you’d like, or maybe you’re more the type to cook them indoors. Either way, you’re going to love this simple but scrumptious recipe for Steakhouse Mushrooms.
I love love love me some caramelized onions and just about anything I can think of that can be made with them. I’m guessing you do, too, or you probably wouldn’t be here looking at this post, Caramelized Onions Three Ways. All of the recipes I use call for three to four pounds of onions, more on that below and all make absolutely stellar Caramelized Onions. If you want to make a smaller amount, you’ll probably want to use the Stovetop Method.