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Wednesday, 24 November 2010

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There are 3 new posts in "Simply Recipes"

Sweet and Sour Onions

Sweet and Sour Onions

A perfect holiday side dish from Hank Shaw. Enjoy! ~Elise

This is a lovely way to eat smaller onions. I learned this recipe from Italian cookbooks, where they call it onions agrodolce, but the concept of sweet-and-sour onions is pretty widespread. Basically you cook the onions part way either by roasting or boiling – we boil them here – and then finish them off in a pan with oil (or butter) something sweet (in this case honey) and something sharp, usually vinegar.

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Pecan Pie

Pecan Pie

From the recipe archive, updated with new photos. Originally posted 2006. Have you tried this pecan pie? It's one of my favorites. ~Elise

Most pecan pie recipes I've found call for 2 cups of sugar - one cup of corn syrup plus one cup of either granulated or brown sugar - which results in pies so sweet they can give you a sugar headache after a couple of bites. This pecan pie recipe has less sugar than most, but the molasses, butter and vanilla bring out the wonderful flavor of the pecans. As with any nut used in cooking, use only the freshest of pecans.

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Maple-Glazed Yams with Pecan Topping

Maple-Glazed Yams with Pecan Topping

Updated, from the recipe archive. Originally posted in 2005.

A typical holiday feast around here is a rather colorful affair. Lots of browns, yellows, reds, and greens. And then there is orange. I can't remember a Thanksgiving without a vibrant dish of garnet yams (a.k.a. sweet potatoes). Usually we just mash them up with some brown sugar and spices. But a few years ago, we tried out this recipe from Bon Appetit and loved it! We've since adjusted the recipe a bit, removing the flour from the topping and replacing it with ground pecans for our gluten-intolerant family members. I've also added a little orange zest to add a little balance to the sweetness of the dish. You could also add a dash of lemon juice for the same purpose. Smothering yams this way, in brown sugar and maple syrup, almost turns this dish into a dessert - not for everyday perhaps, but just the thing for a holiday treat.

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