If you have never tried caramelized onions you are missing out. Even if you are convinced you do not like onions, I have a sinking suspicion you will change your mind once you try them. They are sweet and delicious and more like candy than the sharp, spiciness of their raw or mildly cooked counterparts. Caramelized onions are not difficult to make but they do take a bit of time. The key is low and slow. Turn the heat down low and let them do their thing. You don’t have to babysit the pan and keep the onions moving. Just check on them every ten minutes or so. I love to use caramelized onions in soup, quiche and especially on pizza. They are excellent in scrambles eggs and omelettes. They are great on sandwiches. The ingredients are simple – onions, butter and salt. You can add a touch of sugar near the end for a little added sweetness but that isn’t necessary. If you have never tried caramelized onions I encourage you to do it today. Enjoy!