Today is another gorgeous day in the Town of Gananoque. Sunny, blue sky and 24 degrees. (75 degrees old school) Still nice enough to BBQ without mitts on :0)
We've got some nice steaks that I want to cook simply with a brush of olive oil, s & p and a rub of fresh garlic. As with everything, we'll have a green salad along with it but I think we need another side dish, hmmmmm . . .
mushrooms? Nah, did that last week.
Potatoes? Nah, don't need something that filling.
I know . . .
Onions!! Roasted onions with Balsamic Vinegar . . .
These are Grrrrrr.eat !!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and then butter a baking dish just large enough to hold 2 medium onions, halved.
Cut the unpeeled onions in half, lengthwise through the root and stem ends.
Cut a thin slice off the rounded side of each half so that it will sit upright in the dish.
Arrange the onions cut side up in the dish and season with S & P and place 1 teaspoon of butter on each half.
Cover and bake 45 - 50 minutes
Uncover and sprinkle each onion half with 2 teaspoons of balsamic vinegar. (I like to spread the onion open a bit so the balsamic can get down between the folds)
Bake uncovered for another 15 minutes and remove from oven
You can serve them hot or at room temperature.
(Not exactly cut the same as mine but mine haven't been cooked yet!)
And, whether you want to find a home with a garden to grow onions or that perfect kitchen to cook these onions, let me be the Gananoque Realtor that helps make that a reality for you. Give me, Susan Emo, a call and let me know if you're a cook or an eater, and I'll help match you to that perfect place!