Caramelized onion dinner rolls

Soft, with a subtle sweetness and an incredible aroma from the caramelized onions, these onion dinner rolls are perfect for sandwiches or any comfort dinner meals.

Soft, with a subtle sweetness and an incredible aroma from the caramelized onions, these onion dinner rolls are perfect for sandwiches or any comfort dinner meals.
Nothing is more inviting than wafting smells of fresh bread baking. The heavenly smell will take over your house, bringing everyone in the kitchen to see what you’re baking. You’ll get the best mom of the year award once your family takes a bite of these soft onion dinner rolls.
The caramelized onions add a subtle sweetness but they are not sweet. Serve them along-side a weeknight dinner or a big Sunday brunch. Go ahead, make them for that special occasion as well.
Just like other dinner rolls recipes, the recipe for these caramelized onion dinner rolls is not complicated, but it takes a little time as the dough needs time to rest and rise.
Making the dough early in the morning and let it rest in the fridge all day long, is another option if you do not have 3 to 4 hours to make them right before dinner time…. 

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Caramelized onion and asparagus strata

Make-ahead cheesy casserole, this caramelized onion and asparagus strata is a crowd pleaser. It takes very little time to put together and you most likely have all the ingredients on hand
Make-ahead cheesy casserole, this caramelized onion and asparagus strata is a crowd pleaser. It takes very little time to put together and you most likely have all the ingredients on hand

Finally the spring has arrived! Although we still get some rain showers, I’m so happy to see flowers blooming in my front yard! I’m also happy the local farmers market is opened. You know what that means, right? Locally grown fresh vegetables and fruit.

Now of course, you can get almost all kinds of vegetables and fruit year round, either grown in California, or imported from South America but I love eating most of them when there are in season. Green peas and asparagus just taste better in spring, don’t you think?

Of course, while trying to get ready for the farmer’s makers, making breakfast is the last thing on my mind. Or, better said, was the last thing on my mind. With this easy onion and asparagus strata breakfast is back on the menu!… 

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