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How To Make Mouthwatering Campfire Onions Grilled In Foil

Campfire grilled onions recipeCampfire onionsPaula came up with this recipe for all of us onion lovers. 🙂

Who loves a sweet Vidalia onion?

I know I do.

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While you could use Vidalias for this recipe, you don’t have to.

Ingredients for Awesome Campfire Onions

This list of ingredients makes two servings. If you want more, just multiply!

  • small piece of aluminum foil (enough to cover a grill grate)
  • 1 large onion (peeled)
  • 2 tablespoons butter (melted)
  • salt to taste
  • pepper to taste
  • garlic pepper to taste

Directions on Cooking the Onions

  1. place the peeled onion upright on a sheet of aluminum foil
  2. make several deep slices in the onion, being careful not to cut all the way through
  3. pour the melted butter over the onion
  4. sprinkle the onion with salt, seasoning, and pepper
  5. place the onion on the grill right over a hot campfire
  6. cook until the onion is soft (usually takes about 20 minutes depending on how hot the fire is and how far above the flames you place the grate)

That’s it! Now you can enjoy sweet, buttery onions with zero effort.

You could also cook these onions in your oven. Just bake them at 375° F for about 30-40 minutes.

via Allrecipes

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