Top Rated Caramelized Onion Recipes

Caramalized Onion and Gruyere Sandwich
It is always interesting to watch onions, full of tear-jerking sulfur in raw form, slowly caramelize and transform into silky strands that are sweet in both texture and flavor. As long as you have 40 minutes to prepare the onions (with only a few minutes of actual work), you will be left with a great filler for sandwiches, omelettes, soups, pizzas and pies. Here, a classic pairing with gruyère cheese, which can be substituted with swiss if necessary.
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puff pastry
This easy caramelized onion tart makes for a great appetizer. Also, be sure check out the Quick Eats Video page to see how easy this recipe is in action!
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4.5

Pear, Gorgonzola, and Caramelized Onion Galette
It is not often that I make something that I have no name for. Such is the story of this... whatever. I am going to call it a galette. You can call it a tart, my father-in-law called it a pizza. No matter the name, it tastes the same. Creamy, crunchy, and tart, this galette is so versatile. This galette will tempt you from the first bite! This is a great app, side, or dessert with a nice glass of pinot grigio. I used gorgonzola here, but that was because the store I went to was out of Roquefort cheese. You can also use a milder blue cheese if you would like. You can, by all means, make your own crust here but seriously... Do you really have the time? If you do, don't tell me. I don't, so I use store-bought from time to time. Now purists... Don't get your drawers in a bunch. I do make my own crusts and freeze for later use, but during busy family get-togethers, when I am making three of these and a ton of other things, my crust comes from the little blue can. OK? So without further ado... here is my Pear, Gorgonzola, and Caramelized Onion Galette! You're welcome.
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4.5

Avocado Pizza with caramelized onions
Instead of tomato sauce, creamy chunks of avocado and gooey melted mozzarella make the base for this easy and delicious California-inspired pizza. While you're welcome to experiment with making your own pizza dough, I bought mine at my local pizza shop. Because of the creaminess of the avocado and mozzarella mixture, the pizza benefits from having a somewhat thick crust so that the juices don't soak through. Feel free to add other ingredients like grilled chicken or Monterey Jack cheese to the pizza to make it even more California-esque.  Click here to see 6 New Ways to Use Avocados.
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We all love those packets of dried spices to make our onion dip, but this recipe is made completely from scratch, and uses Greek yogurt to add subtle flavor and a smooth, creamy texture.    Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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This recipe uses traditional challah bread to add a unique sweetness to the stuffing. For even more of a spin, it's baked as muffins for a handheld Thanksgiving treat. Click here to see 9 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes
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Caramelized onion and goat cheese dip pairs perfectly with Food Should Taste Good™ Harvest Pumpkin Tortilla Chips. If you need a quick and easy snack, this is your new go-to recipe.Click here for more of our best dip recipes.
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Couscous with Caramelized Onion and Raisin Tfaya
This classic couscous exemplifies the sophisticated and harmonious blending of the sweet with the savory. The broth and tender chicken — laden with a mixture of fragrant spices — are delectable, but the real star is the caramelized onion and raisin tfaya that tops the couscous grains like a regal, honeyed crown. The dish is delicious with cold glasses of lben (buttermilk). See all chicken recipes. Click here to see A Regional Approach to Moroccan Cooking.
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Mashed Potato
Improve your basic mashed potatoes by adding softly caramelized onions and plenty of olive oil.This recipe is courtesy of Joy of Kosher.
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scalloped potaotes
Try this simple scalloped potato recipe with caramelized onions.
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Caramelized Onion and Parmesan Frittata
A meal for one should be simple and delicious. With just five ingredients, this is a quick and easy dish to whip up any night of the week. Serve with a lightly dressed arugula salad on the side and some roasted potatoes for a complete meal. Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Instead of tomato sauce, creamy chunks of avocado and gooey melted mozzarella make the base for this easy and delicious California-inspired pizza. While you're welcome to experiment with making your own pizza dough, I bought mine at my local pizza shop. Because of the creaminess of the avocado and mozzarella mixture, the pizza benefits from having a somewhat thick crust so that the juices don't soak through. Feel free to add other ingredients like grilled chicken or Monterey Jack cheese to the pizza to make it even more California-esque. 
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