We’ve upgraded this pull-apart bread with cooked onion and olives. We’ve ended up with a super-bread which you can serve with just about any dish you could think of. Now, a lot of people would eat it as a full-fledged snack dish. Erm, we number among them, too…
This is not your usual mashed potato, but a fancier richer paprika-spiced version of it. One that has fried onion and garlic and egg. We’re serving this with pan-fried drumsticks cooked with apple and onion.
The fatty pork belly is the celebrated pork cut from which the bacon is prepared. Only this time, we simply want to cook this delicious and popular cut. And we’ll do that by braising it. So, the first step is searing the pork in olive oil and the second is baking it covered at medium temperature. We’ll further flavor the meat in step two by cooking it with thyme, red onion, and apple. Step three: enjoy!
We’ve made this mega-delicious roll of meat with tenderized chicken thighs. We filled it with a slightly hot mixture of smoky onion, garlic, and anchovies which we flavored with rosemary and lemon zest. Then we roasted it and now we think we did a pretty good job.
What happens when you stuff a beef brisket with a mixture of onion, beef liver, and breadcrumbs sautéed in olive oil, then leave it in the oven for 2 hours? Something overly scrumptious that goes very well served over baked potatoes. You must try it yourself.
At first glance you only need 35 minutes, apparently, to put together these delicious onions. However, at some point, you will have to forget them in the fridge for 12 hours while they’re marinating. This is when the magic happens. This is when they get so flavorful. Then, you transfer to the oven and let the butter soak them …
If these look mega-delicious, well, you should know that they truly are. They are meaty and cheesy, well suited for a Keto diet, they are fun to make, and you need a relatively short span of time to prepare them. Use uncured bacon, ground beef, organic parmesan, and mozzarella and follow our steps.
The onion soup, or “soupe a l’oignon” if you prefer, is one of the most nutritious and delicious starters there is. It is a buttery caramel-flavored wonder. Let’s enhance its smoky finger-licking onion flavor with white wine and beef stock. Hit the home run by topping each individual portion with roasted slices of bread and gooey Gruyere and parmesan cheese.