Top Rated Spanish Onion Recipes

Halmoni Dumplings
These dumplings are stuffed with zucchini, pork, tofu, cabbage, and spicy kimchi, and are a staple on the menu at Mokbar in New York City. Recipe courtesy of chef Esther Choi. 
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If you're in a cooking rut, just break out your Crock-Pot. The handy kitchen tool does all of the work for you and the meals are always delicious. This slow cooker brisket, made with carrtos, onion soup mix and mushrooms, is melt in your mouth delicious.  Recipe courtesy of Jason Goldstein, Chop Happy 
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4.5
If you have a lot to cook in the evening or other dishes to prepare for a party, this corned beef can be prepared earlier in the day to free up time later on. This recipe is by Laura Frankel and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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4.5
The additional accoutrements that I serve with my Kobe Bad Ass Dog is what makes it so special. My onion jam adds a great depth flavor to a usually boring ketchup-and-mustard hot dog, and my angry onions are the perfect crunch.
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The smokiness of dried chiles de árbol is balanced by the use of heavy cream, chicken stock, and honey in this easy-to-make and versatile sauce that goes well with seafood dishes like my Seafood Chile Relleno, a staple of the menu at my restaurant, Maya, located in New York City.
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This burger was created as an ode to Baltimore Ravens fans for Super Bowl XLVII. A Maryland crabcake topped with a caper aioli, shredded romaine, and Old Bay frizzled onions is the perfect way to treat a Maryland fan right.
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Making your own turkey stock is a Thanksgiving Day game changer. This easy recipe will add depth of flavor to your gravy, stuffing, casseroles and any soup you decide to make with it.This recipe by Bill Daley originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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3.5
Todd English Sliders
These sliders are served at The Plaza Food Hall located in midtown Manhattan, but this is definitely easy enough to make at home. Perfect for an afternoon get-together served with a few cold brews or some ice-cold lemonade. See all burger recipes.
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3.5
a meatloaf fit for champions
Lydia Shire, the esteemed Boston-based chef whose Scampo and Towne Stove & Spirits are two of Beantown's best and most original restaurants, loves NFL football as much as she loves full-flavored food. "Yesterday was the start of NFL Wild Card Weekend," she wrote to me in early January. "You know what a fan I am. I took yesterday off to watch and cooked something I probably have not cooked in 25 years — MEATLOAF!!! Yes, I was craving meatloaf (no fancy restaurant food here). It was so damn good. I wrote out the recipe for friends who came over." With little prodding, Shire agreed to share it with us. If you're looking for something a little more complex (and unexpected) than chili and wings for your Super Bowl viewing party — or if you just like good meatloaf, any time at all — you'll love Shire's take on this American classic.
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An easy, sweet salad that anyone will love-- but don’t be fooled! There isn’t much healthy about this salad, but it tastes delicious! 
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Did you know that the broccoli stalk is the most flavorful part of the vegetable? Most broccoli recipes you see only call for florets, leading to the stalk getting dumped in the trash. This recipe makes good use of that flavor-heavy component.
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Created by Standard Market in Westmont, Ill., this is a basic Asian marinade that goes well with your favorite type of fish, chicken, and beef.
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