Roasted Parmesan – Creamed Onions

I’m making a call out to all the onion lovers out there. Are you with me? You have to try this!!
Roasted sliced onions, that are bathed in a white wine and parmesan cream sauce, studded with a hint of fresh sage or thyme! This is a perfect side dish to go along with your turkey day dinner, or any dinner for that matter!

The cream and wine saturate these sweet roasted onions, and gives them such a luxurious flavor. You will be smitten with the first bite!!
Recipe Adapted From: Rick Tramonto’s Osteria
***Take 4 yellow onions, peel and slice them 1/4 inch thick, and carefully place them on a baking sheet, rings intact. Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper. Roast them at 375F for about 15 minutes.

***While onions are roasting, place 1 cup of heavy cream and 1/4 cup of white wine in a small saucepan and simmer till it starts to bubble around the edges. Remove from stove.
***After 15 minutes, carefully take the onions off the baking sheet and transfer into a shallow baking dish, still keeping rings intact. Spoon cream sauce over each onion, maybe a little more black pepper, cover with foil and cook another 20-25 min’s.
***Remove from oven, take off foil, and raise temp to 450F. Shave, or grate your parmesan on top of each onion, place back in hot oven till golden brown. About 5 min’s till they caramelize.

Garnish with fresh sage leaves or thyme.
Hope you’re enjoying your weekend,
Buon Appetito Everyone!!!
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  1. I LOVE onions, I only wish mrChaos shared my tastes but alas, he does not.

  2. This looks like heaven. I am definitely making this Marie! Thank you so much for sharing. Good thing I picked up that bag of onions yesterday while at Super Target.

  3. I am the only one in my house that loves onions so more for me.

  4. M,
    I like your version of “creamed onions”.
    My family never had that tradition at Thanksgiving, though I have made it for company with little pearl onions. I like your twist on it!
    Stace

  5. You are so right this would go perfectly with Thanksgiving dinner, I’m bookmarking this one!

  6. Oh Marie these look perfect for our thanksgiving dinner, I will have a trial run tomorrow. hugs, Kathy.

    ps I will make them for Jack Black at Christmas too, smiles.

  7. Oh, this would be good with so many different things! This sounds like a recipe that really brings out the onion’s full potential!

    BTW, I’ve passed on an award to you, Marie. It’s over at my blog! You know how much I love yours!

  8. Ooooh yeaaahh! My goodness do these look good! My hubby and I as well as my youngest child would gobble this up. I’m printing this out to have over the holidays … if I can wait that long! YUM!

  9. They’re on my list too.

  10. This sounds really good, I LOVE roasted veggies…I’ll try it for sure. It does sound good with turkey. Thanks for the idea!

  11. Thanks for this ! I going straight away to cry over my onions. Can’t wait!

  12. Since I am lucky enough to be related to you and got to try these onions, I can attest that they are delish. I love onions cooked in any manner, but this was kind of like creamed onions. Very good!

  13. I was hoping you would post your onion recipe, Marie! Thanks so much. It’s so much better than those frozen creamed onions ;)

    Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!!

  14. Oh wouldn’t these be a perfect treat for the holidays:D

  15. Oh my! Those look unreal!! I adore onions. Once I ate a whole pan of carmalized onions by myself. Sick huh? I am going to make these for sure!

  16. Oh, my. We’re definitely onion lovers in this house. This looks delicious. I’ll HAVE to make this lovely dish.

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  18. Wow Maria, this looks so good… I love onions cooked and I will be trying this dish… Thanks so much for the recipe…
    Have a blessed Sunday…

    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

  19. This has ME written all over it. I think I will do it for dinner next weekend with friends. I was planning a pot roast since we will be turkeyed out after one day.

  20. Those look amazing, I might end up eating them alone, but would that really be so bad?

  21. Wow delicious combo and looks so beautiful.

  22. I love onions, so I’d love to try your version someday Marie!

    Are you cooking for Thanksgiving? It is the first ione I’m not cooking in 27 years! We are going to my brother’s home as he was blessed with another grandchild this year, # 7, and they wanted to host the meal for all the extended family.

    Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanskgiving!

    Hugs, Pat

  23. oh I am soooo with you! I am the hugest onion lover around! ha ha.
    I make something similiar to this for the holidays, but I use ground up ritz crackers, cheddar cheese, a touch of sherry, few other things. But I have to try this one! This is perfecto!

  24. Did you say “onion lovers”? Eccomi. Especially roasted onions. This dish is difficult to resist.

  25. i love ur first pic. i never make onions on their own but this would change that for me! love it.

  26. You did a roated onion with balamic last year that I thought was tops, and now you tempt me with this. I’m drooling.

  27. Fantastic, scrumptuous looking side. Can’t wait to try it.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

  28. I’m not a huge onion fan but those look too good to pass up. I’ll give them a try for sure.

  29. i just got this book and have yet to crack it. great sounding recipe. i mean what is not to like???

    i’m not cooking thanksgiving this year – we’re flying on the day. but well, new years eve – with a great steak?

  30. can I do any of this the day before? It looks yummy!
    Mary from NJ

  31. I am smitten already, Marie. I am so going to make this recipe. Thanks!

  32. This onion lover says “woooohooo!” to this!

  33. Hi Mary from NJ, You absolutely can do this the day before, in fact, I’ve done it both ways. Cooked completely, and then heated up the next day. or just roast the onions the day before, and put the cream sauce on the day of. hope this helps!

  34. How gorgeous your onions are. This fits the bill of what I consider a “party dish,” perfect for entertaining a lot of people. Thanks!

  35. Oh YUM!!! This is one of those dishes that I would have a hard time sharing..
    It looks so wonderful Marie!!

  36. I’m a huge onion ring fan, but I’ve never thought to make a side dish with onions as the ‘star’! What a neat idea. Sounds tremendously appetizing!!

  37. Those onions look great! I really like the sound of roasted creamed onions!

  38. I love onions. I’m with you on this one. What a great dish. I can’t wait to try :)

  39. These look delicious. I wish my husband weren’t so afraid of onions (and cream…and cheese).

    I will definitely consider these for my next dinner party when people with normal appetites are eating with me.

  40. I’m almost afraid to make this for fear that my fiance’s head may explode from delight.

  41. Onions? Yesss please, I love them!!!!! This is such a great recipe! A must try!!

  42. Good lord!! This looks soooooo good, I’m going to include this one in the menu plan next week:)

  43. Can I just say that I’m answering this call – like, for real!

    -DTW
    http://www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

  44. When I saw this picture the first thought that came to my mind was: “Wow, the aroma in that house must have been so amazing!” Stunning Marie!

  45. I. Am. With. You. !!!
    This is a simply lovely dish, one I hope to try soon!

    Going to start prepping for Turkey Day in a few hours…Wishing you and your family a glorious Thanksgiving Marie!

  46. Looks yummy as usually Marie… Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

  47. OMG Marie, bookmarked!!! Love this so!!!Look wonderful how ever and ever!!! Gloria

  48. Marie, we are having this tomorrow, it is so good, I tried it immediately, I will cook the onions tonight this time as I was just coming to ask that question and I just saw your previous reply to Mary NJ, thanks for this yummy side dish, hope you and your family have a truly magical thanksgiving, hugs, Kathy.

  49. Marie, these look so delicious! My husband would love them, too!

  50. I’ve had those at Osteria Via Stato, where RT developed the menu. Yours look perfect. He also does a version with sliced fennel which also works well.

  51. Italy + Food = Delicious food plus longevity.

    Bellesima!

  52. Now this would be fun pairing with wine and think of these onions on a crostini or bruschetta!

  53. This sounds so delicious, I’m an onion lover! Hope you had a wonderful holiday with your family!!

  54. Hi, I made it as one of my side dishes for Thanksgiving, and it was delicious. Definitely a keeper recipe.
    Thank you for inspiration!

    PS – I love your blog, I started a foodblog myself, but I am struggling a little with posts and photography.
    Your pictures look so great!

  55. I am DROOLING! I am so glad I found your blog!

  56. I am soooo making these tonight for dinner! Thanks Marie! Oh, and I am thankful that you share your culinary adventures with us :)

  57. I just wanted to let you know that I made these and they are to die for! In the end, they became the star of my Creamed Onion and Spinach Pesto Pizza. If you are interested in seeing it, its on my blog. Thank you so much!!!!

  58. Wah .. what an idea ? It’s looks amazing. I love onion. Thanks for recipe and process, let me try.

  59. I know I already commented a couple of years ago, but I just wanted you to know that we love these! I had to come back to find the recipe again because I’m making them for Thanksgiving, too. ☺

  60. My mouth is watering–I am making these soon!

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