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My sister made this at thanksgiving ( she used dried parsley rather than fresh bc that is what she had on hand) and it was great. I plan to make it.Read More
My sister made this at thanksgiving ( she used dried parsley rather than fresh bc that is what she had on hand) and it was great. I plan to make it.
Creamed pearl onions have been a tradition at Thanksgiving for my husband's family. I don't think the nutmeg was in my mother-in-law's recipe, but my husband loves these. I make them a day ahead, then bring them to room temperature, top with 3/4 cup crushed Ritz crackers mixed with 2 tablespoons melted butter, then bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
Oh Yea! Just like Mom used to make. Delicious at turkey time or anytime as a side.
I will make this again. I did kick it up a notch by adding prepared frozen peas, pinch more nutmeg and a pinch of chipotle powder. It was a hit with my family to accompany a beautiful Prime Roast.
I started with warming up the the onions the night before in frypan with a little olive oil and just a little butter. added 2 cups of chicken broth and about 1/3 bottle of left over pino noir for about and hour high heat to boil and soften up the onions. put it all in the fridge overnight. before dinner brought threw it all back in the frypan to warm up shifted in a little flour to thicken up and then added heavy cream to finish off when it was nice and thick.
Turned out great, I didn't have the cream so I used whole milk instead. Worked great and had no left overs.
Easy to make; delicious to eat! I'm used to eating frozen creamed onions, these were a huge difference: delicious!
Though I don't like creamed onions, my hubby insists on them for Thanksgiving. He said these are the BEST he's ever eaten and even remembered where the leftovers were in the fridge. I added a dash of chipotle seasoning as another person suggested and he liked the kick it gave the dish. These are on our permanent holiday list.
Just like mom's but added a couple of teaspoons of brown sugar and used onions from a jar. Take 10 minutes to cook.
I totally shocked my hard working man after a long day of electrical work with another new dish. I have been a master in cooking since i began learning to walk, talk, and speak as a child. I was right up on that step ladder to reach the countertop; learning and making everything my grandparents could think of. SInce then I've been expanding into different spices (learned the hard way that I'm allergic to rosemary) and I'll try anything once, tho! This recipe was a big hit! Thank you!
Super quick to make as long as you don’t have to peel the onions. For newbies, really, don’t add all the cream at once and use a whisk over the stove or it clumps. Frozen pearl onions work quite well.
Delicious! The only thing I changed was to add some extra sharp cheddar cheese, because we live on that! LOVED this recipe! Thank you!
Made it as written with the exception of the cream in the sauce. I didn't have any so I substituted milk and a 1/2c of half n half. I think it is very good but there is more sauce than necessary for my taste. In the future, I'll halve the amount of sauce.
I'll make it again. I had no nutmeg, so just went with out. It's very rich, so not something I could eat a lot of, my DIL thought it was great
Quick & easy. A favorite of my husbands! Thanks!
I never made creamed onions that were this good. My husband loved them and, so easy
I have been enjoying pearl onions since the 1950s, as Mom had them every Christmas for sure, and a few more times during the year. Go with grilled steaks or turkey. Almost an identical recipe to this except add a splash of dry sherry, and add cashews.