June 6, 2012
This one is so easy, I almost feel like I am "just phoning it in" this week. But that is the point to this recipe (or method) for grilling a whole onion. I have done this so many times, I keep forgetting to write it up. This method for grilling a whole onion takes hardly any time to prep and can be stuck on the grill and forgotten about while you tend to the rest of your meal. Come back in about an hour and it is ready. The end result is a great appetizer and/or topping for a great burger. It is also a great tailgating item because you can prepare it at home, wrap it in the foil and then stick it on the grill once you get set up in the parking lot. If you have it around the house, Dales Steak Seasoning makes a good alternative to the beef bouillon and Worcestershire.
- Prep: 10 mins
- Cook: 50 mins
- Yields: 1 grilled onion
(Ok, this is the hardest part. Let me know if you have a better method for cutting a core in the onion) Cut down from the top of the onion, all the way to the bottom, without slicing all of the way through the bottom of the onion.