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Cooking those green onion seed stalks...your uses?

Posted by blueberrier1 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 11, 10 at 10:15

Several of the Texas sweet onions have 36" seed stalks. I pulled the plants (bulbs only 1.5-2".) Used half of one seed stalk, including the ball of immature seeds, in a one egg omelet-delicious! Plan to slice and then puree rest of stalks in processor, saute briefly and freeze for use in 'Asian' marinade for grilling veggies-esp zucks and eggplant, meats or fish. The leaves are enjoyed in many dishes. Few compostables!

How do you use young onion seed stalks?


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RE: Cooking those green onion seed stalks...your uses?

I had one in stir fry last night with the first of the year pea pods and a fresh garlic scape along with some leek thinnings. Wakefield cabbage thinnings and Swiss chard for the greens.

Curt


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