Many conventional recipes call for an onion to be sauteed in fat to develop sweetness. But an onion roasted whole is a healthier alternative for weight-conscious women with PCOS because it can offer the same caramelized flavor without recourse to cooking with fat.
Place a whole, unpeeled onion in the microwave for five minutes or bake in an oven at 400-500 degrees for 30 minutes.
Then allow it to cool before cutting off the root end and squeezing out the soft interior. Spread this creamy treat on celery stalks for a delicious snack or appetizer – or add to recipes that call for fried or sauteed onion.
Right away you’ll have made the resulting meal a lot more condusive to better management of PCOS without sacrificing any taste.
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