Interested in getting immediate results with improved circulation to your heart, face, hands and feet? Well then look no further than the humble red onion! Try these stuffed, baked red onions and eat them often to get immediate results.
Last night I made these for the Fall Equinox after an epic day soaking in the wonder of nature at the nearby lake. From White Herons soaring and soaking to insects chattering and the winds blessing the waters and trees we could not ask for a more magical experience.
These stuffed onions were such a delight. You could also use Bermuda Onion’s however I used Red. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and and slice the bottoms of the onions so they sit flat on your tray or dish. Keep the skins on and let bake for 25 – 30 minutes.
Next you will want to cut the tops off and scoop out the insides, you want to leave about 2 or 3 onion layers in there though.
Add the scooped onion to your blender or food processor along with the following:
Fresh Squeezed Lemon Juice
Sauteed Collard Greens and Garlic (sautee garlic for a few minutes then add collards and sautee them only 2-3 minutes in coconut oil) The collards are a wildly nutritious plant. They are less domesticated and remind me of prehistoric times. They are loaded with nutrition and get a fluorescent green when just cooked ever so slightly giving them a cosmic look. So nutritious and easy on the thyroid if you have any issues with cruciferous plants. This light cooking will do the trick. I also enjoy eating them fermented for extra absorption power.
To the blender also add a mix of pine nuts and soaked/sprouted walnuts.
Celtic Sea Salt
Blend well. Take onions out of oven and add the puree, bake another 25 minutes or so until tender and enjoy this amazing, nutrient dense and vibrant onions!
I immediately felt more circulation to my feet and face! The heart is also benefiting as onions are heart disease protectors. Enjoy these as much as possible and change up the filling. Even consider jsut baking them and add some herbs and ghee for simplicity.
Happy Fall Equinox!