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I love recipes that are easy, and help me use up excess produce. I was at the store a couple of weeks ago, and they had 6 bags of red onions [affiliate link] on sale for a clearance price of $0.99 per bag. Each bag weighed 6 pounds. I walked out of the store with 36 pounds of red onions for under 6 bucks! We love red onions, but you gotta admit that's a lot of onions! 😉 I needed to do something with them and decided to put them in the crock pot.
The recipe is very simple
12-16 onions, peeled and sliced
1/2 cup butter
1 cup beef or chicken broth
Place in crock pot on low. Cook for 18 to 24 hours.
I would recommend starting your crock pot in the evening so that you can watch the cooking process during the day.
Allow onions to cool. Divide into 1 or 2 cup portions and freeze for use in soups, sauces or other dishes.
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