Top Rated Pearl Onion Recipes

Brussels sprouts cry out for bacon, at least in my kitchen, says The Daily Meal's editorial director, Colman Andrews. But, he adds, fried prosciutto is even better, because it's leaner and fries up much faster.
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Coq au Vin
Ah yes, classic coq au vin. It’s actually not a difficult dish, especially if you buy your chicken already cut up. It may take a little time to cook, but isn’t that how good, honest home cooking should be? Open up a bottle of wine and enjoy the leisurely pace while the flavors slowly build. — Will Budiaman
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tomato gazpacho emulsion
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4.5

Creamed Onions
Wondering why New England diners serve a bowl of onions alongside their Thanksgiving feast? Well, this is one dish that is meant to be enjoyed solo. The gentle cooking of the pearl onions, their mostly mild flavor, and the creamy sauce that enrobes them makes these onions not only palatable, but enjoyable.
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White Chicken Chili
This is an update on my old white chicken chili recipe. It was originally created for our neighbors’ annual chili and margarita cook-off every year. Serve this white chili hot with cilantro, shredded white Cheddar, avocado, and pico de gallo. I also like to eat this with tortilla chips.
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corned beef and Brussels sprouts
Faire of Raleigh provides this delicious twist on an Irish classic: corned beef and cabbage. Instead of cabbage, this recipe benefits from the substitution of a Brussels sprout hash that will make you want seconds and maybe even thirds.
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4

Glazed Turnips with Pearl Onions & Brown Butter
I first fell in love with glazed vegetable while studying at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. I found that the longer the vegetables cook the sweeter and more caramelized they become. - Chef Jennifer
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4

This is a very basic recipe that I have used for baby racks of lamb (allowing one per person) in place of the larger racks, and have sautéed rather than roasted the vegetables. If finishing the vegetables on top of the stove seems like too much work at the last minute, feel free to finish them in the oven along with the lamb. Just be sure that you blanch the onions, carrots, and eggplant; otherwise they will not be cooked enough with the quick sauté (or roast).
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3.875

These scallops are great to serve as your main dish. Though it takes some preperation, it is totally worth the taste! 
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Chef Marc Murphy’s version of this legendary beef dish is smooth and indulgent, and has the red wine you crave built right in. It’s romantic in itself, creating a Valentine’s Day love affair between you and the stove.   
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Braised Rabbit
A delicious braised rabbit recipe that's perfect for a special occasion. Chef Navarria serves this dish at his restaurant Tresanti Trattoria in New York City. Click here to see the Rabbit, the Sustainable Meat Choice story. 
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2.666665

In the spring of 2002, Jay Knepp and I planted our first vineyard. We planted sangiovese and tempranillo in soil that according to analysis was better that 99 percent of the soil in California for growing grapes. Neither of us had any experience in growing grapes. By some miracle, when October rolled around, 99 percent of them were alive and flourishing. So we invited 150 of our best friends and neighbors to celebrate. Now we are about to have our 10th annual celebration. We served this recipe at the first vineyard dinner.
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