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2 lbs. Onion--2d.

1/2 pint Thick Gravy

1/2 pint Water

Pepper and Salt--1d.

Total Cost--3d.

Time--One Hour.

Peel the onions, put them on in cold water, and bring to the boil.
Strain the water off, butter a baking dish, put in the onions, pour in
the water, cover with a plate, and stand in a moderate oven. Stew until
soft, place in a hot dish and pour over them, either a nice
gravy thickened with a little butter and flour, or some plain melted
butter. Serve hot.

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Baked Onions

Boil in milk and water until just done, then drain and put them in a

buttered frying pan. Put a bit of butter, salt, and pepper on each one,

and add a little of the water in which the onions have boiled. Brown

them quickly and serve at once.

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Cream-baked Onions


Pare as many good-sized onions as required and cover with boiling water,

boil for ten minutes, then drain. Cover again with boiling water to

which add one half teaspoon of salt, and cook till tender. Drain

carefully and put the onions in a baking dish, place on each a teaspoon

of butter, add pepper and salt to taste, then fill the dish half full of

milk and cover with a layer of fine bread-crumbs. Bake till a delicate


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Baked Onions

Cover a number of large onions with boiling water and boil twenty

minutes. Drain off water and make small hole in center of each onion.

Fill hole with well-seasoned mashed potatoes. Add salt, pepper and

butter, and milk to cover. Bake about one-half hour.

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Baked Onions

First boil as above directed, then lift into a piepan, sprinkle with

salt and pepper, place a small lump of butter in a little hole on top of

each, and bake until brown.

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