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Onions, Fabulous, Superb Perfection

Onions are absolutely one of the most tasty and flexible commodities
you use in the kitchen. From savory steaming soups to satisfying
homemade salsa, onions play an vital part in our daily cooking.

Flavorful appetizers from onion dips to salad dressing, main course
casseroles, even the onion focaccia bread accompaniment for dinner.

Buying onions is a simple task. Look for dry, papery skins with no soft
spots. You should also notice the absence of any strong odor. A excellent dry
onion will have very small to no smell to it at all. If it has a strong
onion odor the onion has already started to turn terrible.

Varieties of onion include, Vidalia, Texas 1015, Red, Green, the Walla
Walla from Washington and Maui from Hawaii. Sweet onions such as Vidalia
and Walla Walla are mellow enough to eat raw, but they are brilliant
“baked” on the grill and served with grilled steaks or burgers. Try them
in the oven too.

Caramelizing onions during cooking will give a rich sweetness to
recipes, enhancing kitchen aromas and have everyone asking, “What’s for
dinner?” Followed shortly by “fabulous, superb and perfection.”

Grab an ancient pair of your wife’s panty hose, cut off the legs. Now you
simply drop an onion down into the leg of the hose and tie a knot
directly above the onion. Repeat this process until each onion is
secured and hang the hose in a cool dry, well ventilated space, out of
direct sun light.

To remove the onion, simply cut the hose with a pair of scissors right
below the knot and the onion easily falls out. You should be able to
keep your onions for about three months.

Kosher salt is one of the best things to use to remove the smell of the
onion from your hands. Wash your hands using a small dish washing soap,
water and about a teaspoon full of salt. Any salt will do, I just like
the course texture of the kosher salt. Rinse your hands and repeat if
necessary.

Tears when you chop those onions?

How do you get rid of the tears? Here are a few simple suggestions to
“ease your pain.”

You can place the onion in the refrigerator for about thirty minutes
prior to chopping or if you are in a rush toss them in the freezer for
about four to five minutes. The cold will tone down the sulfur compound
in the juice of the onion. In addition be sure to use the sharpest knife
possible to expedite your chopping chores.

Steve Melton, aka, Capt’n Salsa has a vast collection of
homemade salsa and Mexican Food recipes at his web site,
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Mouth-Watering Mexican Food, too. Visit today for a
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