Sold by the pound.
A thin, dry paper sheath with a crisp translucent pearl white flesh that is pungent, savory and warm. Its barely sweet finish can be attributed to its higher moisture content than yellow onions.
- can be used both raw or cooked in a variety of mediums whether sautéeing, slow roasting or grilling
- great for soups and stocks
- complimentary ingredients include other alliums such as leeks and garlic, root vegetables including turnips, carrots and parsnips, bay leaves, fennel, tomatoes, a variety of herbs such as tarragon, rosemary, marjoram, cilantro and thyme, poultry, meat and seafood and spices such as cumin, cinnamon, corriander, anise and cloves.