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Caramelized Onion Spread -- Tried

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This tastes so rich, you won't believe it's Core! Bring

it to a party for a stealth Core appetizer.

 

4 large onions, chopped (I used sweet onions -- yum!)

1 Tb. olive oil

1 c. fat-free cottage cheese

1 tsp. salt (or more to taste)

1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper

 

In a 9x13 pan, combine onions and olive oil. Cover tightly

with foil and bake at 400 degrees for about an hour.

Uncover pan, stir onions, and bake for another 45 minutes

or longer until onions are browned.

 

In food processor or blender combine caramelized onions,

cottage cheese, salt, and cayenne. Process or blend

until smooth. Scrape into small bowl or crock and chill.

 

Serve with crudites.

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this sounds really really good! Going to try it this weekend!

Thanks!

 

:)


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JK

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This sounds very yummy. I will try it this weekend.


Brooke ~ HW: 217.0 ~ SW: 211.6 (10/24/09)~ CW: 208.2 (as of 12/12/09) ~ WWGW: 155 ~ PGW: 145

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This was sooooo yummy! DB and I snacked on it all weekend. We had it on carrot sticks, crackers, on eggs and sandwiches. Wow! Tastes just like grilled onions.


Lisa

 

Lifetimer since AUG-08-2006

Core since AUG-30-2006

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SW 204 (Feb-28-2006)

CW 174 (Jan-25-2007)

WWGW 179 (I'm 5'11")

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Bumping because I am going to make this for the first time tonight.


Brooke ~ HW: 217.0 ~ SW: 211.6 (10/24/09)~ CW: 208.2 (as of 12/12/09) ~ WWGW: 155 ~ PGW: 145

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Guest sue4dmkj

This was absolutly delish.

 

Over Memorial Day weekend, I went to a BBQ and took some with me. I new they would have fresh veggies if nothing else. Also, they cooked up some steak and various other items. Was awesome on the meat.

 

The other day, I rolled a slice of WW bread flat to use on a hot dog--- (I know, not core, but I had a huge salad with) -- was delish on the hot dog too.

 

 

Sue

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AMAZING!!! Everybuddy needs to try this one!:jump_jack


--Barbara

 

"For a righteous man falleth seven times, and riseth up again" Proverbs 24:16

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I can make this this Sat. have a party to go to, thanks.

 

I did make this on Sat. It was very good and I loved how I had something to bring that I could enjoy too.


 

 

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Anybuddy ever tried this with ff greek (or regular) yogurt instead of cottage cheese? I have all the makings for this, except the cottage cheese - so I am thinking of subbing.


Original SW: 149

New SW (11/8/10): 138

CW: 132

GW: 125

 

:work_out:

 

"You were once wild here - don't let them tame you." - Isadora Duncan

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Just want Everybuddy to know this is now a staple in my house, to use as a spread on low point pitas, or to dip veggies in, or top a baked potato with. I've also used it spread on a cookie sheet of dried polenta, then topped with sauted veggies and meat, then rolled up in a roll and sliced. Oh man!:jump_jack


--Barbara

 

"For a righteous man falleth seven times, and riseth up again" Proverbs 24:16

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Guest minniepackfan

will be making this for a party we are going to... about how much does a recipe yield, don't know if I should double it or not

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will be making this for a party we are going to... about how much does a recipe yield, don't know if I should double it or not

I usually get about 1 1/2 to 2 cups.


Note: I follow the Winning Points program :salut

 

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Guest suzy-loozy

YUM............I'm a flexie but I will make this because it sounds good and would be almost no points.....

 

Happy losing!

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This sound's so good...I'm going to try it today.. I won't tell the dd's what's in it and they will probably love it..:bcb_up


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Guest held1998

Made this a few weeks ago for a potluck. Amazing. Much better the next day, even.

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I made this yesterday and let it sit overnight. I had some today with some fresh veggies...YUM! I must say, it was suprisingly good...and will be a "regular" at my house from now on...:bcb_bigsm


The greatest wealth is health. ~Virgil

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This is exactly what I was looking for for a party tomorrow! I'm flex, and I get the following pts:

 

1/8 recipe = 1 pt

1/6 recipe = 1 pt

1/4 recipe = 2 pts


Nita

 

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i am going to make this to take to a party tonight! I think I will use yogurt cheese, as I don't have any cc.

 

Cheers... will report back.


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