Onion could be the most used vegetable around, it is the foundation of so many different soups, stews, casseroles and sauces, yet still stands alone when served as a side dish, roasted whole or sauted.
One of our families favourites, passed down from my step Mum to me. Always served at BBQ's and get togethers. I always try different cheeses for the top... My favourite is tasty cheese and then a sprinkling of parmesan for a bit of bite... Instead of sour cream I've also tried thickened cream and cream cheese, which were both just as nice.
The wonderfully warm and mellow flavour and appetising fragrance of fresh sage transforms traditional liver and bacon, while onions in a creamy sauce lend a melting richness.
This looks complicated but it is basically marinated steak barbecued, then warmed up with a tasty onion butter. Start the steaks marinating in the morning for an afternoon or evening barbie.
This is a restaurant quality Chinese-style beef dish. The secret is to fry the beef twice. Best served over soft rice noodles or rice.
A really delicious spaghetti dish that is simple but full of flavour. Caramelised onions, balsamic vinegar and Gorgonzola.
This tasty dip is a kiwi classic. Made with reduced cream, onion soup and a tablespoon of vinegar. Kiwis love it, expats miss it and the rest of the world is just missing out.
A phytochemical in corn protects your eyes against age-related macular degeneration, which causes blindness.
A simple four ingredient recipe that is packed with flavour but has the simple twist of being baked so can be served warm or cold.
An egg wash and a little bit of chopped onion on top make all the difference to this good and tasty sourdough.
This divine combination of sweet red capsicums and red onions goes well with lamb, and leftovers add something special to an ordinary sandwich.