My son has a funny onion story (and it probably won't be funny with me telling it). But I'm going to try anyway.
My son loves green onions, he's been eating them since he's been two.....
He was eating green onions on his lunch break at work, the way they are suppose to be eaten, from the white to the green. In walked two of his coworkers (with their mouths dropped open) and they wanted to know just what he was doing......
Logan said, "I'm eating green onions."
The coworkers immediately claimed that Logan was eating them the wrong way. "They are called green onions for a reason, you are suppose to eat the green part. Why would you want to eat the part of the onion that grows in the ground?"
Logan set them straight. "You obviously don't know anything about green onions!"
I guess you had to be there, or listen to Logan tell the story.... Pretty darn funny!
Two cans cream of onion soup, 1 bunch chopped green onions, and 1 envelope of dry onion soup mix.
Would you like anymore onion with that?
I browned the pork steak in olive oil. And this could probably be cooked in a slow cooker. I chose to bake it in the oven.
I mixed the soups, 1 can milk, dry onion soup mix, and Worcestershire sauce together and poured it over the browned pork steak and chopped onion.
Truly for the onion lover......
2 TBS olive oil
4 pork steaks
salt & pepper during browning
1 bunch green onions, chopped (part of the tops included)
2 (10.75 oz.) cans cream of onion soup
1 soup can filled with milk
1 pkg. dry onion soup mix
1 TBS Worcestershire sauce
Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
Heat olive oil in large skillet over med/high heat. Brown steaks for 3-5 minutes on each side. While browning, season both sides with salt and pepper. Transfer steaks to a 9x13 in casserole (I sprayed mine with cooking spray) dish, and sprinkle with chopped onion.
In a small bowl, combine condensed soups, 1 can milk, dry onion soup mix, and Worcestershire sauce. Mix until smooth, and pour over steaks. Cover casserole dish with foil.
Bake for 60-90 minutes.