The Greatest Onion Soufflé Recipe You’ll Ever Make

In this fantastic onion dish, the onions caramelize to perfection, and it’s truly one of the most delicious dishes you’ll ever eat–even if you’re not a fan of onions. This luscious, pillowy delight has guests returning for seconds…and thirds. My Onion Soufflé Spoon Bread is the kind of recipe that could become your signature dish! Plus, we also have a gluten-free version of this wonderful side dish.

If you’re looking for the best Thanksgiving side dish recipe, a wonderful Thanksgiving side dish that is truly a wow, this recipe is as amazing as it gets. I was originally inspired by Sarah Simon, a chef with City Grit, to make a version of this amazing Onion Soufflé Spoon Bread recipe, and it has become a staple in my kitchen ever since–not just around the holidays, but any time of year.

Even Lily, who is decidedly not an onion person, absolutely loves my Onion Souffle and says the onions transform into something sublime in this dish. And they do. And by the way, you don’t need to wait for the holiday season to enjoy it. I once made it for a wonderful backyard party in June. And you could serve this side dish with prime rib–in fact, a friend recently said that they’d want their final meal to be this Onion Soufflé alongside a bone-in ribeye. How’s that for a recommendation?

Grate the cheese.

Cut the onions

Cook the onions.

Add onions into batter.



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