Valley Bounty: Shallots

Apr 2 2016
Source: Steve Brown Photography

Source: Steve Brown Photography

 

A close cousin of the onion, shallots are smaller and milder in flavor. Like garlic, they grow in clusters of bulbs, and can last for months if stored somewhere dry and cool. Their lighter flavor makes them well suited to eating raw; try them minced with balsamic vinegar and olive oil as a salad dressing, or make a simple grain salad with chopped shallots, bulgur, dried cranberries, walnuts, lemon juice, and herbs.

 

 

Valley Bounty is written by Brian Snell

 

 

 

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