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Well, I love all food, from traditional Italian recipes to strange ethnic food. But with these zucchini with onions it’s a whole different story. It’s a dish that I prepare when I just fancy something light, tasty, unexpensive and not heavy. Or when I feel like I want a really easy side dish. So let’s make super duper easy zucchini with onions, ok? There’s not much to say really about this easy recipe, the method you’ll see below is so basic that even beginners will find it extremely easy. This dish is quite popular in many countries I visited, but I realized it’s particularly common in Spain and in Japan. Oh, and in Italy. I was about to forget about my native country. If you are running out of ideas or if your fridge is half empty, this recipe could be the perfect solution to your problems!
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It’s no secret that I love making pizza, and Flammekuechen, the Alsatian version of a thin-crust pizza made with cream, onions and bacon, is a favorite, to bake in my wood-fired oven. Alsatian bacon and onion tart is absolutely delicious and once you try it, you just get addicted to it! In this version You can make the recipe lighter by replacing the traditional cream with non-fat yogurt or fromage blanc and steaming the onions instead of sweating them in fat. However, on a chilly night you might just feel like adding back the cream and sweated onions. In the end, in the winter, we need some calories! Serve with a green salad and a class of chilled Riesling and transport yourself to Alsace! To prepare this Alsatian bacon and onion tart you’ll need a baking stone, a steamer,a wooden pizza peel and a metal pizza peel or a large metal spatula.
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Uncle Bill’s fried potatoes and onions is a vegetarian and gluten free recipe with four servings. This recipe covers 3% of your daily requirements of vitamins and minerals. We would call that a not so healthy side dish but oh well, it’s delicious so it’s fine by me. One Uncle Bill’s fried potatoes and onions serving contains 274 calories, 5g of protein, and 19g of fat. This nice side dish can be considered inexpensive, costing around 61 cents per serving, another good enought reason to prepare it. Head to the store and pick up garlic cloves, yukon gold potatoes, dried dill weed, and a few other things to make it today. From preparation to the plate, this recipe takes approximately 30 minutes. I first saw it on Food.com. Uncle Bill’s Deep Fried Zucchini Strips, Uncle Bill’s Broccoli Soup, and Uncle Bill’s Turkey Dressing are very similar to this recipe. I’m sure one day I’ll write these recipes down as well.
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My favorite spring salad ingredients: a hearty helping of asparagus spears, hard boiled egg, red onion, good French mustard, olive oil, and fresh dill. Why had I never thought to put this classic combination in between a crusty bread? Lunchtime will never be the same after you tried asparagus, onion and egg sandwich. This sandwich celebrates asparagus as the main star. The rich bright green just starting to appear at the market is surely one of my favorite signs of spring. The just-boiled egg sets off the crunchy verdant of the vegetables in a melt-in-your-mouth decadence. And lastly, onions and mild provola kick this assemblage into the holy grail of sandwiches. I’ve racked my brain for several days post-sandwich for some logical thread to explain why I’d never tucked the most delightful ingredients into a chewy, crusty baguette and I’m at a loss. What a shame! This asparagus, onion and egg sandwich is perfect right when prepared but it also keep well for a day in the fridge. The choice is yours. Anyway you decide, just get this sandwich on a plate and dive in!
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Growing up it was on Sundays we would enjoy a nice roast beef, usually roast beef with onion gravy as in my family everyone loves onions. As an adult, I make these on longer weekends during the cooler months. There is just something about having a marvellous hearty roast to serve for dinner, plus it’s actually quite uncomplicated to make. Often I have put these in a crock pot, but there is something about a slow roasted roast beef that is so hard to resist. A thick, rich, sticky onion gravy is the perfect sauce for many great traditional British and Irish meat dishes. The recipe for onion gravy is so quick and simple to make and is also perfect with bangers (sausages) and mash or as a filling for Yorkshire puddings. A really good homemade gravy can lift a boring meal and make it something special. This onion gravy is also an economical way to add flavour by using what you already have in your pantry.
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