14 Must Try Vidalia Onion Recipes

14 of the best Vidalia onion recipes from pizza to dip that you don’t want to miss!

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This post is sponsored by the Vidalia Onion Committee

I L-O-V-E Vidalia onions. I love them raw in a salads and caramelized on just about anything. Their distinct sweetness makes them a favorite for so many people. Last year I had a chance to visit the Vidalia onion fields in Georgia. I was in Vidalia onion heaven. Fields and fields of Vidalia onions. You could smell the sweetness in the air.

Every summer I look forward to Vidalia onions and I stash some away so I have them year round. I love to buy them in bulk, usually a 5 or 10 pound bag. I love Vidalia onions in my fall and winter chili, soups and stews so each time I get a bag of Vidalia onions at the grocery store I’ll chop or dice a few onions and freeze them so I have them throughout the winter.

Look for the sticker on the onion with the number 4159 to make sure it’s a true Vidalia.

If you love Vidalia onions as much as I do then you will love these 14 irresistible, must try Vidalia onion recipes from some talented food bloggers. From pizza to dip these yummy recipes will sure make your mouth water.

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5 Tips for storing Vidalia Onions

  • Wrap each bulb in a paper towel and store in the veggie drawer with the vent closed
  • Place in pantyhose and tie a knot between each bulb and just cut the knot when you want to use one. Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated place.
  • Place each Vidalia on a rack or screen not touching in a cool, dry place.
  • Don’t store with potatoes.
  • Chop, slice or dice and place in freeze to enjoy in soups and stews.

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