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Carmelized-Onion Potatoes with a French Accent, Non?

 I have been looking for caramelized onion-potatoes. Can you help me?

 Perhaps you're asking about the classic French dish Potatoes Lyonnaise, in which the onions are sautéed before being added to the potatoes. There are a number of such recipes available online (including here!).

Elizabeth David claims that her recipe, in which the potatoes are separately cooked in a sauté pan, then mixed with the onions just before serving is the authentic one. Wolfgang Puck's version is baked in the oven — after the onions have been sautéed.

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