I'm kind of a sucker for one pot meals. I also really love caramelized onions. Which brings me to a minor rant based on the original recipe for this post. You can't caramelize onions in 15 minutes. You just can't (unless you cheat like in this article). Don't even pretend that you can. Doing it right takes 45-60 minutes, and it's completely worth it. Other than that, I didn't make any changes to this recipe. It's simple and delicious and you should go buy the ingredients right now and try it… as long as you have at least 45 minutes to caramelize the onions.
You'll probably need more salt than you think, but wait until you've added the broth and cooked the pasta before you make the final decision. I used turkey stock instead of chicken broth.
Judah Kelber is a father, husband, Marine and, in his free time, a systems administrator for the State of Oregon. He also really likes cooking. His cooking blog can be found at HeyJude.typepad.com. He's currently in the midst of a pressure cooker addiction, but don't let that scare you away.