There are many types of vegetables that we use in the kitchen, we use them to prepare salads, stews, side dishes, sauces, among others!
Today we will show you how to prepare a recipe with onions that is very well known worldwide and that is also used as a complement to many other recipes, it is caramelized onions.
Its preparation requires a somewhat long cooking time, more or less between 35 and 40 minutes by sautéing and at low temperature until the caramelization process is achieved!
Caramelized onions are ideal to add extra flavor to dishes such as hamburgers, sandwiches, pizzas, skewers... We invite you to follow our step-by-step videos, where we will show you how to make caramelized onions!
Ingredients To Prepare Caramelized onions
1 kg. of onions chopped in fine julienne strips
6 tablespoons of powdered panela (whole cane sugar)
2 tablespoons of apple vinegar
Salt to taste
How To Make Caramelized onions
Step 1: We begin the preparation of our caramelized onions, for this, in a pot add the oil until hot, then add the onion, salt and let it cook for 40 minutes at low temperature.
Step 1: How To Make Caramelized onions
Step 2: After 40 minutes we add the paprika or powdered panela, the apple vinegar, mix and let it cook for another 10 minutes at the same temperature.
Step 2: How To Make Caramelized onions
Step 3: Remove from heat and we have our caramelized onions ready, I hope you enjoy it!
Step 3: How To Make Caramelized onions
Tips To Prepare Caramelized onions
For this caramelized onions recipe, we use panela powder (whole cane sugar) if you don't have it, you can substitute it with brown sugar, I personally like it better with panela because it gives it a different flavor and it is delicious.
The cooking of the caramelized onions should be at low temperature, if you see that it is getting dry, you can add a little water.
What can we accompany this recipe with?
Caramelized onions are perfect to accompany many dishes as they provide texture and extra flavor, among them we can recommend using them in hamburgers, sandwiches, in a good brie cheese or simply with toasted bread.
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