Grandma’s Onion Squares
Total TimePrep: 40 min. Bake: 35 min.
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I assume this would be nice with soups of any kind--I will give it a try--
I'd used 3/4 cup milk and full cup of sour cream, 1/4 cup olive oil. I think using soured milk (at least 1 cup) would've made this recipe more moist. I did find the recipe to be dry. I'd baked the onion squares for 30 minutes. The idea of doubling the onions by the reviewer Carolyn is a very good one! Using an 8" square pan was best for me!
I agree that it lacks flavor. I would also practically double the onions, because it's kind of dry. It has potential. Maybe if it were in an 8 inch pan instead of spreading out for 9 inches it would be higher and less dried out? I'll have to experiement.
Thank you for this recipe, it brought back memories of when I was young and my Grandmother from Italy made this. I am no a single 72 year old man and made this yesterday. It came out perfect and delicious. I am warming some up for tonight's supper. Mangia, mangia :)
I made this recipe exactly as written. It has an odd texture. Very firm at the bottom while soft in the layer above the onions. I was also disappointed at the lack of flavor.
I prepared this recipe per the instructions, as I'm always afraid to adjust bread and cake/cookie recipes. It is really just a giant crispy-bottom biscuit with onions on top and a no-flavor sour cream/egg mix on top. I was very disappointed, and I won't make it again. Because it is prepared like a biscuit, I'm going to assume it will act like a biscuit and not hold over for another meal.
This was a nice recipe with simple ingredients I had in the pantry. I came across the recipe randomly and could not imagine the taste so I gave it a go. However, it just didn’t suit my tastebuds.
Can you use butter instead of shortening?
Would this be a side dish? Would love if your recipes suggested uses or for instance, when you post an entree, suggest side dishes or vice verse. Thanks!