If onions are a staple in your kitchen, you'll want to try these side dish recipes. From French onion soup, onion rings, and caramelized onions, to dishes using red, green, and sweet Vidalia onions, there's no end to what you can do with onions.
Grilled sweet onions and a creamy cheese sauce make for a tasty topper for burgers or steaks.
Simple, but stunning. Star shapes are cut from bread, drizzled with butter, and baked until toasty to serve as a base for homemade marmalade. Serve as an appetizer at Christmas or float the stars on soup.
Onion and poppy seeds flavor this creamy salad dressing. Try it on cut-up cantaloupe, watermelon and blueberries.
This vegetable side dish goes well with grilled or roasted pork or beef.
This flavorful onion condiment can be used to top rounds of brie for a luxurious appetizer.
Chipotle peppers in adobo sauce spice up a hollandaise sauce mix that's spooned over sweet potato hash and poached eggs for this enticing breakfast entree recipe.
Cheese and onions dress up packaged refrigerated biscuits for this easy bread, which pairs well with soups, salads, or roast.
Simmer layers of fennel slices, artichokes, and an onion mixture in a slow cooker to create this side-dish recipe sensation.
Croutons rather than bread crumbs help hold this well-seasoned meat loaf together. Serve it for dinner with a side of creamy mashed potatoes.
This condiment, made with green tomatoes, apples, and onion, has a nice balance of sweet and tangy. Use it as a sandwich topper or serve with grilled meats.
To serve this side dish soup as a main meal, stir in a 14-ounce package of frozen grilled chicken breast strips about 10 minutes before serving; heat through.
A colorful blend of sweet potatoes, red onion and pears mix with sage and honey in this easy roasted side dish.
Serve red onion marmalade with white cheddar shortbread sandwiches for a rich and elegant appetizer.
An elegant Thanksgiving meal. For extra flavor, rub the herb mixture on the capon the night before roasting; cover and chill.
Use this Asian-style marinade to flavor beef, fish, or chicken.
These crispy, crumb-coated onion rings are oven-baked so they have far less fat than the traditional fried recipe.