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Author Notes: Great for the grill or the oven, the spring vidalias are perfect with a grilled steak, seasoned and wrapped onions, one for each person, a nice change from sauteed or grilled onions. —ibbeachnana
- 4 medium young vidalia onions
- 4 pats of butter
- Beef instant bouillon and seasoning
- Porcini salt
- chopped green tops of onions for garnish
- pepper to taste
- The vidalias don't have the papery skin to remove. Even out the root end so that the onion will sit flat, trim the stem about 1/4 in below the green tops, reserve some of the green to chop for garnish.
- I used the small end of a melon baller to remove a core of the onion and added about 1/8th teaspoon bouillon seasoning in the cavity followed by a little pat of butter and sprinkles of porcini salt and a little pepper, topping with a bit of the chopped green tops.
- Wrap each onion in foil and close tightly, grill or roast for 25 minutes. Serve one onion per person as a side to grilled steak.
- This recipe was entered in the contest for Your Best Spring Vegetable Recipe
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