Anyone else love Vidalia Onions? I do! I also like sweet onions, but vidalia are special. I normally make stuffed green or red peppers or stuffed tomatoes – so it was time to give onions a try. – My husband loves the stuffed peppers or tomatoes, but the onions are now my favorite! Making these is simple!
I use whatever I happen to have, but I usually start with a mild sausage. (You can use hamburger if you would like it less spicy). I cook that on the stove to make sure it’s done, and throw in chopped up of whatever is in my fridge. With the onions for the next time I think I will use my food processor to get everything crumbled smaller.
For this try I used the sausage with salt, pepper, garlic, diced up tomato, cheese, and the scooped out pieces of onion diced out. – Other possible ingredients include aspargus, mushroom, corn, and whatever else you have in your fridge. I used cheddar this time, but I have sprinkled feta on top before… All these choices are yum and between this and quiche they are both great choices to use up veggies and things that are in your fridge and need used before they go bad. – You could even use some egg in the stuffed veggies… or take out the meat and use soy crumbles, tofu, or jackfruit for some protein.
In this case I actually took little pans and put the extra and then put the baked onions on top after I finished baking it all. (I tried stuffing cucumber but it needed longer than the onion and so it wasn’t baked all the way)….
I used 350 degrees until the onions were soft, and it was ready! Personally I loved it! But I can eat the filling by itself even!