One more holiday to go, everyone. Here’s a terrific little recipe to serve at your New Year’s soiree. These cheeky little tartlets are frugal yet elegant, but most importantly, they’re really super yummy. Sweet yellow onions are slow-cooked to a deep golden brown, blended with fragrant and earthy fresh sage, and spooned into crisp phyllo pastry cups. Place them on a pretty platter and watch them disappear. And a bonus: the filling freezes beautifully, so make it when you have some time and stash it away – you’ll have little bites ready to go faster than you can say “auld lang syne”.
Today’s disclaimer: this recipe contains butter. Real butter. Lots and lots of creamy, delicious butter.
If you’re the type that avoids this ingredient for whatever crazy reason, like if staying in the good graces of your favorite cardiologist is a priority in your life, then just keep on walkin’. This ain’t the dish for you. But, if you could give a rat’s pa’toot about what your neighborhood heart doc has to say, and if your personal trainer needs more hours…well then stick around, friend (get it? STICK around?)!
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