Sweet Onion Casserole

  • Charliemissyou Posted: 05/08/11
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    I wasn't expecting to like this, but I was "assigned" this recipe to prepare for Mother's Day. It was really good! I used garlic salt instead of regular salt, and doubled the amount, but other than that prepared as written. I turned the broiler on for about a minute or so at the end to brown the top. I will make again.

  • akdb69 Posted: 06/18/11
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    Very good. I think it might have been missing something--or maybe I might consider replacing the allspice with something else. But everyone had good things to say and there is none of it left! It was more work than I really wanted to do for one side dish, though.

  • foodieforpeace Posted: 06/19/11
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    Served this with balsamic glazed pork chops and roasted asparagus with lemon and Parmesan. Used a Seeds of Change basmati brown rice bag (uncooked) to save a step. Did caramelize the onions a bit. Nice taste...Maybe thyme instead of allspice?

  • Lumpy52 Posted: 06/04/11
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    This was delicious, the husband even went back for seconds. I did cook the onions longer than the 5 minutes suggested to caramelize them. I will make it again and can see using it as a great side for a barbeque. I like the idea of a few minutes under the broiler and will try that next time. This is a keeper recipe!

  • SSchochet Posted: 05/24/11
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    This was delicious! Caramelized the onions...wonderful flavor!

  • KaylaD Posted: 06/15/11
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    Turned out well. Directions are a little odd, and you dirty a lot of pans for this, but it was yummy. Didnt have allspice, sub'd a pinch of nutmeg. Used vidalia onions. Used pecorino romano instead of parm. Broiling a few min at the end made it look appetizing, but tasted a little dried out and hard to eat/serve. Served with Pork loin chops with cider pan sauce and apples (All You). Paired nicely.

  • BeckiSue Posted: 04/27/11
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    Too bland. Perhaps caramelizing the onions ahead of time would make this better.

  • Ltoeat Posted: 04/20/11
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    I did not enjoy eating this, it was like eating boiled onions. Caramelized onions are much better tasting.

  • LAMcooks Posted: 04/20/11
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    Made this last night and even my non-onion eater child liked it. The onions turn out so sweet and with the wonderful gruyere and nutmeg it tastes more decadent than it really is. The serving size is very generous. Would highly recommend.

  • mentorsusan Posted: 06/22/11
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    This was a perfect side dish to go with the grilled tuna burgers. Easy to make, simple ingredients with loads of flavor. Thank you.

  • TarraJohnson Posted: 06/23/11
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    This was an awesome new side dish. I will add a bit more salt next time but this is definitely company worthy!

  • Jen516 Posted: 07/13/11
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    I don't even like onions that much, but I loved this casserole. I definitely cooked the onions longer than the rocommended 5 minutes, more like 13minutes! But they got super sweet. As I didn't have allspice on hand, I omitted it. The portion size is very generous, I easily got 8 servings out of the recipe. Served with a roasted chicken breast and some broccoli. Excellent!

  • sprky182 Posted: 09/26/13
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    Not sure what I did wrong, but the rice didn't fully cook so it was a bit crunchy. Decent flavor with the cheeses but I probably will not make again.

  • southernblonde Posted: 06/06/14
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    This was outstanding. My rating is based on the results I achieved from following others' tip to caramelize the onions first. I really think that is the key to getting the wonderful flavor of the finished product. I used brown instant rice and therefore didn't pre-cook. Perfection!

  • calteri Posted: 05/24/14
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    This was very good, but strange. My husband really liked it. I couldn't decide. I think when I make it again. I will omit the allspice. It gave it an almost-dessert taste, reminded me of rice pudding, which was odd for a side dish. Other than that it was yummy.

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