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Caramelized Onions

by | Aug 6, 2019 | Dr Sebi Inspired Recipes, Food, Vegan Recipes | 0 comments

Considering I prep this for over 50 % of my recipes, and a couple times a week, I wanted to share this sooner than later so I can also reference from other recipes over to this page. This is DELICIOUS. This is such a simple process. Make sure to keep that water next to the pan and follow the instruction below. Enjoy 🙂

Ingredients

  • 1 large yellow onion
  • 4 TBSP of Avocado Oil
  • 1/2 to 1 cup of spring or filtered water

Instructions:

  1. Chop up the onion in halves. Then slice both halves with about a millimeter width.
  2. Heat up a stainless steel saucepan with 4 TBSP Avocado Oil and add a few slices of onion so you can hear them sizzle indicating you can add the rest of the onion into the saucepan.
  3. Once you hear them sizzle, add the rest of the onion and toss the pan to make sure all the onions are coated in oil.
  4. As the onions cook down, keep an eye on them, once they start to brown you add a little bit of water to prevent them from burning. Toss the pan, stir if needed. Repeat this a few times. Use as much water as you need to make sure they do not burn, however, do not add so much water that you create a pond.
  5. After 3-4 times, you should see the onions start to caramelize. I like them as pictured here but you’re more than welcome to continue the process further caramelizing the onions.
  6. Ready to serve!

Notes:

  • Great to add flavors to other dishes, rice medleys, quinoa, tacos, tomato sauce, the possibilities are endless and the result is deliciousness.

Step 1

Chop up the onion in halves. Then slice both halves with about a millimeter width.

Step 2

Heat up a stainless steel saucepan with 4 TBSP Avocado Oil and add a few slices of onion so you can hear them sizzle indicating you can add the rest of the onion into the saucepan.

Step 3

Once you hear them sizzle, add the rest of the onion and toss the pan to make sure all the onions are coated in oil.

Step 4

As the onions cook down, keep an eye on them, once they start to brown you add a little bit of water to prevent them from burning. Toss the pan, stir if needed. Repeat this a few times. Use as much water as you need to make sure they do not burn, however, do not add so much water that you create a pond.

Step 5

After 3-4 times, you should see the onions start to caramelize. I like them as pictured here but you’re more than welcome to continue the process further caramelizing the onions.

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