Roasted Onions are a surprisingly delicious roasted vegetable that makes any dinner extra delicious! Tender and caramelized but just a little bit crispy on the edges, these onions will add loads of sweet-and-savory flavor to meats, salads, meal bowls, and more.WANT TO SAVE THIS RECIPE? Enter your email below to save this recipe to your free Well Plated recipe box.Email Address *Hidden Username FieldGo From time to time, we'll send you the best of Well Plated.
We respect your privacy and you can opt out anytime.Already registered? Log in here.Why You’ll Love This Oven-Roasted Onions Recipe Quick Alternative to Caramelized Onions.Everyone loves caramelized onions, but hello, who has 45+ minutes on a weeknight to caramelize them properly? (Psst—never believe any recipe that tells you to caramelize onions over medium-high heat for 5 minutes.
It’s a lie!) This roasted onions recipe delivers lots of flavor and it cooks in half the time.Sweet-Savory Balance.Let’s talk more about that flavor! While caramelized onions go all in on sweet, roasted onions have a more balanced flavor; the roasting intensifies the sweetness of the onions, but they still pack in lots of savory goodness.
Crispy and Tender.Baked onions get tender and caramelized, but the edges also get some crispy char on them, which makes them an absolute delight.It’s similar to how Roasted Brussels Sprouts have those contrasting tender centers and crispy outer leaves.