Bobbi's StoryI used this at Thanksgiving to switch things up a bit & replace the usual green bean casserole.
If your family likes onions, it will be a big success.
BTW don't think about the calories... ;-)
vidalia onions [sliced thin]
butter, room temperature
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grated parmesean cheese
ritz crackers [crumbled] -or-
french's french fried onions [crumbled]
1Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2Melt the butter in large skillet.
Add seperated onion slices.
Saute until soft.
3Remove from heat.
4Add sour cream.
5Mix thoroughly with spoon.
6Scoop 1/2 of the onion mixture into a small greased casserole dish.
7Top with 1/2 [1/4 cup] of the grated parmesean cheese.
8Layer with remaining onion mixture.
9Sprinkle on rest [1/4 cup] grated parmesean cheese.
10Spriknkle top with crumbled Ritz crackers or crumbled French fried onions.
11Bake for 30 minutes.
13Note: If you're on a date, bring your toth brush or mouth wash! Onion after-breath can kill a kiss!
About this Recipe
Annette W. greeneyez - Feb 15, 2012
This sounds amazingly delicious. I love onions. I think they and mushrooms should be their own food group. In fact i'm thinking I'll make this and add sauteed portobellos with it. Thanks for sharing.
Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee - Feb 15, 2012
Hi Annette, my fellow onion lover!
Let me know how the portobellos work out, please. Sounds like a great addition!!!
Annette W. greeneyez - Feb 16, 2012
Hey Bobbi, lets look through all the groups and if there isn't one already, we should start an onion and/or mushroom lovers group! Maybe there already is one. If so, I'll let you know and see you there!
Kim Novosel NoSuchCreature - Jun 18, 2012
Being from Georgia, I love anything Vidalia. My Gram use to make one and it sounds like this recipe. Will give it a try. =) Thanks for posting it!
Bobbi Gulla BobbiGee - Jun 25, 2012
Kim, when I think Georgia, I think of peaches.
Let me know if you like it.... We use it instead of green bean casserole for turkey dinners. In fact, I have a bird in the freezer now; but I usually use a fresh Butterball. ;-)