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    Jerry Avins Guest

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    Becca,

    I'm sorry 5to be tuning n late. I always brown my onions when I make tomatosauce for canning. The first thing in the pot is coarsely cut up onion in a bit of olive oil. In the electric kettle, I set the thermostat for about 230F and stir once in a while.It takes a good half hour to caramelize them,but the sweetness is worth it. (Some people just add sugar, but it's not the same.) The wet ingredients go in after. You can do a great French onion soup the same way. Low heat, long time works for me.

    Jerry
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    Ophelia Guest

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    "Jerry Avins" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Becca,
    >
    > I'm sorry 5to be tuning n late. I always brown my onions when I make
    > tomato sauce for canning. The first thing in the pot is coarsely cut up
    > onion in a bit of olive oil. In the electric kettle, I set the thermostat
    > for about 230F and stir once in a while.It takes a good half hour to
    > caramelize them, but the sweetness is worth it. (Some people just add
    > sugar, but it's not the same.) The wet ingredients go in after. You can do
    > a great French onion soup the same way. Low heat, long time works for me.


    Not meant for me but taken on board!!! Thanks, Jerry!
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