The other night, I made this combo of onions and garlic for some reason (obviously doesn't matter) and I was reminded of how desperately I enjoy it. Thus, I made it again the next night so I could enjoy its deliciousness.
To begin, chop up one onion and several cloves of garlic. Duh.
Then, heat up your little sautee pan and add whatever oil you prefer. At this time, I used coconut oil because it's my new BFF. You don't want your pan to become terribly hot, so I'd keep it at medium-low (for me, this is around 4).
I then add my onions and garlic to the pan and sprinkle onion powder and garlic powder on top of them. Did I just blow your mind? I bet you're sitting there thinking, "Why on Earth would I need to do that?" So just trust me for a second. On we go.
Sautee them for a while until the onions start to become translucent or whatever. Then...are you ready?? Sprinkle some Bragg's all over them, about a tablespoon or less. Yeah, that's what I said. Mmmm. Then you stir them up a bit again, make sure you're still in the medium-low range on the stove and cover it.
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After allowing this to chill out for 4 minutes or less, remove the cover and gasp at its beauty! Stir it up and make sure you gather all the crusty goodness that has formed on the bottom.
Here's a close-up so you can see how awesome it is. It isn't burned, just tasty. Ugh I want some right now!
Anywho, for this particular mixture, I put it over some potatoes (the other potatoes have salsa), but this can go with nearly anything. Put it over a steak, sautee in some chicken or some mushrooms, top a rice pilaf or whatever you're in the mood for. This is so tasty you won't regret it! Do you know what you're making for dinner tonight?