Apr 14, 2013
Have you ever had onions sautéed in butter then reduced with sherry wine? It’s heaven!
Step 1: Butter, lots of it.
This is the crimsoning of my newest scanpan… There’s no better way than with some delicious grass fed butter from Ireland! The old scanpan kinda bit the dust – That’s okay, they have a lifetime replacement warranty. Amazon has great prices on scanpans, pictured is the Scanpan Professional 12.5-Inch Fry Pan.
Step 2: Add onions.
Step 3: Add more onions… Seriously, keep the onions coming.
Oh, maybe this is a good time to mention my onion cutter thingy.
It’s basically awesome. It’s a Folding Mandoline Slicer I got off amazon for pretty cheap. Click on that link to read all the good reviews and get one for your kitchen. For the cost, this slicer is fantastic. It comes with 6 different slicing modes and a case that it all fits in very well (I didn’t know about that when i bought it, it was a nice perk).
Here’s a better pic of the awesome slicing device.
Step 4: Stir occasionally for even browning
Brown them like this:
AND ADD MORE BUTTER!!!!
Step 5: Queue up next sick of butter from the freezer
…. because you just polished off the first stick.
Step 6: Add your favorite sherry
Turn up the heat for a bit as well and let that mixture boil down.
Step 7: MORE BUTTER!
Step 8: Reduce down to preferred level and grab a bowl full!
Step 9: Oh wait, add some salt!!!
Garlic powder at this point is pretty tasty too (optional!).
Consuming copious amounts of onions may result in densely foul flatulence possibly capable of melting pure cobalt.