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Sauteing an onion brings out its natural sugars, adding depth and flavor to anything from pizza to steak!
1 large yellow onion 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
Peel the skin off the onion with a paring knife. Cut the onion in half and then cut thin slices going with the grain. In a medium non-stick skillet, heat the butter until melted, then add the onions. Cover the pan and cook over medium heat until they are translucent. Continue to cook, stirring until the onions start to brown slightly. Stir until all of the onions turn a soft, luminescent brown. Serve as desired.
Gail Greco is the food editor of Carefree Cooking; a field editor for Romantic Homes magazine; and a contributor to many other publications. She has authored more than 15 books on cooking, decorating, and home lifestyle.
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