Ginger Onions


What do you have for dinner when you’ve already eaten way too much?

Last saturday we decided to head into the city for a while. It was wonderful weather, so we kind of felt like we had to. We did some shopping (as in, we visited one store), after which we decided we deserved some icecream. This newish icecream parlor here has soooo many flavors to choose from! I got mint and cherry and it was a great combination. Definitely worth repeating!

So after the icecream, we took a walk in the park. The very tiny park which I had never visited before. It’s basically two paths with some trees and grass. Oh and there’s a bit of water. Not too impressive, but now I’ve finally seen it! So after this great adventure, we went to see if the British pub was open. British, due to the lack of an Irish pub here, but this one has been approved.

The pub wasn’t open. I can’t really blame them, it was somewhere in the afternoon. We decided to sit ourselves down somewhere nearby. Somewhere with not too many people, because honestly, why go somewhere noisy and crowded, when you can have a place practically to yourself? Turns out it was a good pick, because they served new castle brown ale. My boyfriend was happy. So we had a drink, ordered some snacks and eventually cycled back home.

Dinner time was there and I was wondering what the heck we should have for dinner. It was hot, we had already had enough yummie stuff in the city and I just wanted something light. A while ago I had made some bell peppers and onions with ginger syrup, which was quite good. Seeing as we also had some spiced potatoes lying around, I figured I’d combine those with some gingery onions. I really like the combination, so I wanted to share this onion side dish with you. It’s just two ingredients and you can scale them up easily.

– 2 Onions
– 1 Tbsp ginger syrup

  1. Slice the onions into large parts.
  2. Heat up some oil in a skillet and throw in the onions.
  3. Add the ginger syrup and bake on medium fire for about 10 minutes.



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