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Caramelized onions are one of my favorite things to make. They just add such a delicious flavor to dishes. Combine them with feta and phyllo and wow, you’ve got a delicious snack on your hands.

If there’s one thing we like to do it’s host people. We enjoy the company and serving up some delicious food. We always try to create something from scratch that our family or friends wouldn’t have often. We also love making taps or some form of small dishes to present to our guests.

There is somethings special about gathering around the kitchen counter and eating, laughing, and maybe having a glass of wine or two. It’s a unique experience that binds us, that brings joy, and ensures lasting relationships.

With all this in mind, we came up with these little treats. The salty feta pairs so well with the acidity of the onions and the fact that they are served in buttery phyllo just makes them delicious.

Caramelized Onions And Feta Phyllo Cups

These are actually pretty easy to make and even easier to devour. The key here really is to make sure you give the onions the time they need to caramelize. You’ll probably need at least 30 minutes for them to get that tasty flavor and perfect color. I promise however, it’s worth it. For this recipe, we just used our Metaxa caramelized onions recipe minus the Metaxa (however feel free to add it in if you’d like!)

Once the onions are done, it’s just assembling them and a quick 10-15 minutes bake and they’re ready to be served. If you love Caramelized onions, you’re going to love this recipe!

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Caramelized Onions And Feta Phyllo Cups are the perfect snack to serve family and friends.
*At any time, if the pan becomes too dry, add a splash of water. This will pick up the fond from the pan. Sometimes you’ll need to do this once or twice, others not at all. Just depends on how well the fat from the butter holds up.
**See this picture for clarity.
Serving: we used a muffin pan that made 6, so that’s why the serving is set at that. If your pan can hold more, the servings will alter. Recipe can be doubled as needed.

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