Friday, October 23, 2009

1015 Onions

This is a recipe that I got from my Nana. Corey loves it because the end result is much like French onion soup (without any of the work!) I love it because it only has three ingredients and it requires minimal prep time - then you can just forget about it in the oven until dinner time!


Recipe Notes

This recipe calls for sweet Texas 1015 onions, which are a type of Vidalia onion. You can use just about any type of sweet yellow onion or Vidalia onion if you can't find 1015's. This recipe goes great with a nice grilled steak.

  • Sweet Texas 1015 onions
  • Beef bouillon cubes
  • Butter


1. Slice top and bottom off of onion and peel.

2. Place on a square of aluminum foil and top with a pat of butter and a beef bouillon cube. (I used approx. 2/3 cube per onion in the photos above.

3. Wrap and place on a baking sheet.

4. Bake for one of the following:

  • Three hours at 300 degrees
  • Two hours at 350 degrees
  • One hour at 400 degrees

5. Open into individual bowls and serve like French onion soup.

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