A few weeks ago, I was presented with some free Vidalia onions delivered fresh to my door, (this can happen to you, too-keep reading) as a trade off to promote The Flavors Of Summer Giveaway. I seldom turn down free food, and when I learned how awesome the giveaway is, I was all in. But… there’s also something just as fun just for my readers. (Yay!)
The giveaway details are:
Throughout the months of May and June, Shuman Produce – one of the leading growers and shippers of Vidalia onions – has partnered with Publix to give away $100 Publix gift cards through an online sweepstakes. Here are the details:
10 lb. box of Vidalia onions
– One RealSweet Sportula (spatula) – while supplies last – check it out here: http://youtu.be/ByVS9pUaD7k)
shipping to the winners by UPS regular ground service, address must be within the 48 contiguous states.
Now, go out and get yourself some sweet Vidalia onions so you can make this:
I have to tell you something about onions. My dad used to eat raw onions with salt. But, he was from Georgia and they weren’t any typical onion. They were Vidalias, and there is a big difference. They are so sweet, and for caramelizing you can’t go wrong- they come out perfect everytime. A few tips on caramelizing: low and slow. You don’t want to burn them. Add a little kosher salt at the beginning, to aid in the release of moisture, and soon….you’ll have some buttery golden strands of onion goodness.
(These onions have not yet reached their full potential… and I have no idea what happened to the pic of the caramelized ones….weird.)
For the crust you can use a store bought, homemade or mix. Nobody will notice because the filling is that good.
But, tart pans are awesome, FYI… you should scoop one up sometime.
To enter my give away:
And be sure to enter the big giveaway: you can enter everyday here:
Good luck everyone!
Note: This post was sponsored by Shuman Produce, and I was given free onions to participate.