Super Delicious Onions Au Gratin

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    When I saw this onions au gratin recipe, I saved it because, other than being extra easy, it is prepared with only good ingredients. So, it could only be a tasty dish.

    I admit that I was pleasantly surprised when I first prepared it, as it is much more than tasty. It is that kind of comforting, tasty and inviting dish. Of course for those of you who like onions.

    I never had leftovers preparing these onions au gratin. The smell is fantastic and I assure you won’t resist lefting a piece on the plate. I found this recipe here, and made a few changes using a homemade breadcrumb.

    The first smell is the one of the onions while cooking with olive oil. It is such a familiar flavor that I believe quite all of us remember from our childhood. Then you add tomatoes, mozzarella and homemade breadcrumbs (my last vice), bake half an hour and it’s done.

    I feel sorry as the photos are not beautiful. I’ll try to make another shoots when preparing onions au gratin again, but I didn’t want to posticipate sharing this recipe as it is so tasty that I wanted you to have it soon 😉

    onions au gratin

    onions au gratin

    onions au gratin

    onions au gratin

    Super Delicious Onions Au Gratin
     
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    Delicious onions au gratin
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    Recipe type: sides
    Serves: 3
    Ingredients
    • 1 big golden onion
    • extra virgin olive oil
    • 4 tomatoes (or 8/9 cherry tomatoes)
    • 1 mozzarella (100g / 0.22lbs)
    • 2 slices of multicereal or soy loaf bread
    • 2 Tbsp of grated Parmesan cheese
    • 1 Tbsp of extra virgin olive oil + oil to brush the pan
    • salt
    • pepper
    • rosemary leaves (optional)
    Instructions
    1. Turn on the oven to 376°F/180°C.
    2. Clean the onion and cut it in small pieces.
    3. Put a thread of extra virgin olive oil in a non adherent pan, turn on the gas and add the chopped onion.
    4. Let it cook, stirring often, until soften.
    5. In your food processor blend the bread, grated cheese, olive oil and rosemary until become breadcrumbs. Add salt and pepper.
    6. Wash the tomatoes and cut them in slices or in halves if cherry tomatoes.
    7. Cut the mozzarella in small pieces.
    8. Grease a pyrex or a baking pan with extra virgin olive oil.
    9. Create a layer with the onions.
    10. Add a layer of all tomatoes and coCover it all with the homemade breadcrumbs and bake until lightly golden.
    11. Buon appetito!

     

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