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Coca Cola Balsamic Marinated Bermuda Onion

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I was recently asked to join in on a live broadcast with Chef Eric Lackey from Flamestone American Grill in Oldsmar, Florida. Chef Lackey was the winner of the Walmart Choice Steak Challenge hosted by Wal-Mart, Kingsford and Coca-Cola that kicked off the grilling season and introduced the Walmart’s new line of top quality USDA Choice Steaks.

Here are a few tips I learned from the broadcast:

Steak should be at room temperature to ensure optimum grilling

Just before grilling, pat the steak dry, brush on light coating of vegetable oil or olive oil, and season as desired

Wrap steak in foil and rest for 3-5 minutes before serving; this will allow juices to distribute evenly inside.

 

 

Chef Lackey was generous enough to also feature flavor packed sides to accompany your steak. After watching him prepare marinated balsamic onions I knew I had to give them try. Grilled onions are one of my family’s favorite vegetable to serve when grilling. We enjoyed them so much I have made them 3 times since the broadcast.

 

Easy to prep then stored in the fridge overnight to marinate and off to the grill.

 

 

Coca Cola Balsamic Marinated Bermuda Onion

Prep Time:

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients

  • 2 jumbo red Bermuda onions
  • 1 12-ounce can of Coca-Cola
  • 2-4 cups of hot water
  • 1 cup of Balsamic vinegar

Instructions

  1. Leave ends on onion (can trim) and cut in half. Peel away paper-link skin. Place in food storage container.
  2. Mix Coca-Cola and vinegar. Pour soda-vinegar mixture into food storage container with onion. Add as much hot water as needed to submerge onions. Marinate overnight in the fridge.
  3. Pre-heat the grill using Kingsford charcoal until briquettes are consistently ashed over.
  4. Remove onion from marinade from fridge and grill onion for 20 minutes on medium heat, turning occasionally. Before removing from grill, find hot spot to char onion and caramelize natural sugars for a few minutes to finish.
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14 Responses to Coca Cola Balsamic Marinated Bermuda Onion

  1. This one just jumped off the page for me. I’m such a fan of onions!
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  2. What a fabulous recipe! I love grilled onions. Never tried marinating it with coco cola though. Thanks for sharing! :)
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  3. Sounds amazing!
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  4. Wow, I thought those were BEETS before I read the title! I love this idea of this sweet marinade–and can think of so many uses for these!
    Sommer@ASpicyPerspective recently posted..Grilled Hanger Steak with Cilantro Mint ChimichurriMy Profile

  5. Now, I think I can get on board with this kind of onion. Great color, too!
    yummychunklet recently posted..TwD: Baking Oasis Naan with JuliaMy Profile

  6. This is just so interesting I have to give it a try. It seems like it’s been a long time since I’ve heard red onion referred to as a Bermuda onion. Wonder if all red onions are Bermudas? Love that photo with the limes and the cilantro.
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  7. This sounds so delicious & unique! I’ve got to try it at my next cook-out!
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  8. i have done a many things with an onion but marinating it is not one of them! I love this idea! Simply amazing

  9. I adore grilles onions, and what a unique twist here! They look amazing!
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  10. i have little to no use for coke, but i’d buy some just for this purpose–how delicious!
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  11. I Too love grilled onion, but never had it marinated with coca cola…and they sure looks great paired with steak…yum!
    Have a wonderful week ahead Vianney :)
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  12. That is an interesting recipe!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  13. OK, this sounds a-mazing.

  14. Great advice on the steak. I’ve never wrapped mine in foil after cooking but I do “tent” it with foil and give it a short rest (longer for roasts, etc). I’ve never grilled onions with coca-cola before – sounds delish! I’ve used balsamic but I’m going to have to give your version a try!
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