Minced Onions FAQ

What is Minced Onions?

Our Minced Onions are dehydrated and minced pieces of the plant Allium Cepa (onions!)

What do Minced Onions look like?

Our Minced Onions are creamy white shredded pieces of onion.

Where does Minced Onion come from?

Our Minced Onion is a product of India, China or Germany (batch dependant).

How would you describe the flavour and odour of Minced Onions?

Minced Onions have a strong, fresh characteristic of onion. Minced onions can be used in any recipe which calls for fresh onions when you do not have access to fresh, the flavour is a little different to fresh, more caramelised but delicious!

What plant family does Minced Onions come from?

Onions come from the plant family known as Alliaceae.

What are alternative names for Minced Onions?

Alternative names for Minced Onions include Cebolla, Échalote, Green Onion, Oignon, Oignon Vert, Palandu, Piyaj and Shallot.

What is the suggested use of Minced Onions?

Our minced onion is prepared to help you add flavour and texture to a wealth of savoury dishes and cuisines. Using this essential store cupboard ingredient also means no more watery, crying eyes when preparing meals as these minced onions require no chopping and peeling! Try them in onion soup, chutneys, pickles, relishes and sauces, sprinkle in stews and casseroles and add to homemade bread dough prior to baking to make delicious onion bread. Add to curries and sauces, minced onion also makes a scrumptious addition to burgers, sausages and meat dishes and with breadcrumbs, sage and a few other basic ingredients they make a tasty and quick sage and onion stuffing!

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Georgia

As an animal lover and baking enthusiast, Georgia can often be found experimenting with plant-based recipes in her kitchen.

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