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Don't rush the cooking of the chopped onions. Keep them on the stove until the natural sugars are caramelized, yielding a deep, rich, sweet flavor.

Source: Everyday Food, November 2005
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To hollow an onion, core onions with a melon baller, leaving a 1/4-inch wall of 1 to 2 layers of onion on sides and on bottom. Reserve insides for chopping. Trim top edge of onion to make a wide, even opening.

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