Vidalia Onion Soufflés
This light and airy meal can be prepared in individual gratin dishes or in one big baking dish.
These stellar lamb-stuffed onions are baked in a creamy sauce and topped with crispy bread crumbs.
Grilled Peach, Onion and Bacon Salad with Buttermilk Dressing
The secret to this salad is using big, juicy sweet onions, which get nicely charred on the grill.
Olive-Brined Chicken with Grilled Onions and Paprika Oil
A brine made with olives, lemons and a slew of bay leaves does most of the work of flavoring this dish. To add an extra layer of smokiness, the chicken legs and the sweet onions that accompany them are brushed with a quick pimenton-infused oil.
Grilled Pork and Onion Tacos
Grilling pork quickly not only keeps it moist, but adds a charred, smoky flavor that is lovely in these tacos. Remember to grill the cutlets only until they're just cooked through; leave them on the heat any longer and they can dry out.
Southern Cobb Salad with Roasted Sweet Onion Dressing
This fantastic salad gets a boost of flavor from a toasty roasted sweet onion and garlic dressing.
Grilled Chicken, Tomato and Onion Sandwiches
Except for the olive-oregano relish, all the components of this chicken sandwich are grilled—the chicken, tomatoes, sweet onion and even the bread—making for the ultimate grilled sandwich.
This spicy fresh-corn salad, with grilled sweet Vidalia onions and tart lime juice, will be your new summertime picnic staple.
Grilled Texas T-Bone Steaks with Charred Onion Rings
The true secret to grilling the perfect steak is choosing the right cut. You can't beat a T-bone, which is actually two steaks in one: a flavorful New York Strip and a meltingly tender piece of filet mignon. A T-bone can also handle assertive seasonings such as the spicy rub used here.
Edamame and Pea Salad with Sweet Onions and Goat Cheese
We could devour this very green and very cheesy salad every day of the week.
Bacon, Onion and Rye Bread Stuffing
After tossing the ingredients and spreading them in a pan, you chill the stuffing for at least an hour before baking. This ensures that the bread soaks up the liquid—key to a stuffing that's crisp on top and moist within.
Pimento cheese—the simple combination of grated cheddar cheese with mayonnaise and pimientos—is a Southern staple often served on crackers or vegetables. The key to making the best pimento cheese is top-quality sharp cheddar and sweet onions like Vidalia or Walla Walla.