My eighty-seventh recipe with the Wednesday with Donna Hay group is Caramelized Onion and Potato Stacks, was chosen by Chaya, and is found online here.
The ingredient list: olive oil, onions, potatoes, chicken stock, butter, and thyme sprigs (she doesn't say salt and pepper, but that's a given and I added those in moderation).
Mark loves all things potato so I was eager to try this recipe as it looked rather cute in the photo on the site. I'm all about the cute factor. Sometimes cute takes a bit of doing, but it wasn't hard or terribly time consuming and the big advantage is that if you are cooking for any number of people, you can assemble these, bake them, and have little individual portions that look cute on the plate at the end of it all.
And the taste? The taste was delicious, the combination of the onion, potato, butter, chicken stock, and thyme is classic and delivered a nice combination while at the same time keeping each individual flavor its own...they were good and in the future will make a nice accompaniment to any number of meals we serve around here. I will definitely make these again.
The only thing I changed in the recipe was that I made them in little ramekins instead of muffin tins, same concept, I just buttered the ramekin (did not use parchment) and they slid right out when they were finished. For some reason, I thought working with one at a time like that when I was plating them seemed like it would work better for me, klutz that I can sometimes be in the kitchen and all.
Wonder what the others thought? Gaye's post is here. Margaret's post is here. Chaya's post is here. Sarah's post is here. Next week is Sarah's choice, Pea and Mint Soup, found online here. Join us and leave a link to your post, no commitment required.