Garlic Baked Onion
- 6 oz onion
- 2 tbs olive oil
- 3 tsp garlic (rough chopped)
- 1 tbs Dawgs Bark
- Get the oven or pit to 350 degrees.
- Cut the top of onion off.
- Remove skin. (or leave it)
- From the top cut part of onion carefully with a knife cut down to bottom of onion just shy of cutting all the way through.
- Do above twice to make a 4 section pie.
- Take the onion and put on a piece of foil.
- With your hands cup the foil around the onion while smashing some of the foil down so the onion will sit upright.
- You can also take another piece of foil and make a ring to keep onion upright.
- Field dress your garlic and rough chop it.
- Put the Dawgs Bark on the garlic and with the side of your knife smash it in to the garlic.
- Take the smashed garlic and smear on top of onion.
- Pour some olive oil over the top.
- Close up the foil over the onion to keep it from loosing moisture.
- Place the foil package in your cooking vessel for 1 hour.
- Remove, let cool, and open when ready to eat.
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