Recipes many of them historical about using Onions from areas in the Mediterranean.
Spanish Cooking – Salmon and Onions From 1750
You may notice that this recipe calls for olive oil and not, say, butter or rendered animal fat. This is because the culinary use of butter historically has been part of the culture of Northern Europe — and not the sunnier, more Mediterranean parts of Europe, where olive oil was the preferred fat. In fact, the ancient Greeks considered butter suited only for barbarians, disparagingly calling them “butter-eaters”.
We Promise, This is Delicious – Simple, Roasted Onions From 1808
Cooked this and added some chopped sausages and bacon.
It was heaven on earth
I made this recipe but substituted the onion with chicken. Delicious. I’ll certainly be making it again.
How to Make fried Onions in Microwave
Recipe: How to make Fried Onions in Microwave Preparation Time:5 mins Cooking Time:8 mins Steps: 1) Cut 2 medium sized onions lengthwise 2) Take a microwave safe bowl and put onions in it. Add 1-2 tbsp oil and coat onions well with the oil. 3) a) Power level: 900W b) Timer set to: 8 minutes You may have to pause the timer and check the onions after 4 minutes. 4) When onions get nicely fried, allow them to cool down on a tissue paper before storing them for culinary usage. 5) Store the fried onions in a ziploc bag.