Have you ever wondered how to make caramelized onions? Caramelized onions are a great way to add rich flavor and flair to a dish. Adding them to pretty much any dish will take it to the next level and impress your guests. The process of caramelizing onions requires a little time and attention as you can't rush the process. As the onions cook, their natural sugars will brown and develop a rich, sweet flavor. I usually make a large batch and store them in the fridge. You can add them to pizzas, flatbreads, burgers or pasta for a hit of flavor. Or use them to top steak, chicken or pork or fish. You can even add them to Greek yogurt for a delicious homemade dip.
Continue to cook the onions, stirring occasionally, until they are golden brown and caramelized, another 35-45 minutes. As they cook, scrape up the fond (the brown bits) on the bottom of the pan and mix it into the onions. If the onions start to burn or catch bottom, add a small amount of wine or water to the pan.