Onion Powder Organic
Origin of the onion
The onion is a bulbous plant and is related to the scallion and the leek. These bulbous plants store food in a bulb that survives the winter, which allows them to be the first plants to surface in the spring. The onion plant grows from seed, in the first year the bulb is formed.
Writings from around 3000 BC show that the onion was first cultivated in parts of Asia. Eventually the onion also made its way to Egypt, where these sliced onions also come from. The pyramid builders were given onions as rations, it served as food and medicine during the journey to the afterlife.
Taste and Applications
The onion is used in cooking worldwide as a vegetable and comes in a variety of shapes and colors. Onions have a strong taste and smell, which become less strong when heated. These organic onions are dried and ground into powder. Onion powder is made from the white onion and can serve as a substitute for fresh onions in many dishes such as in all kinds of meat and fish dishes and in onion soup. One teaspoon of onion powder is equivalent to 1 fresh onion.
This onion powder is a hygroscopic product.
What color onion is best for use?
Red and white onions don't just look different. They also smell and taste different. Which onion is the best fit depends on what you want to use the onions for.
The white onion smells stronger, tastes spicier and sweeter and is better suited to wok cooking than a red onion. It goes with many dishes and is therefore universally applicable.
The red onion is much more striking in color, but tastes and smells a lot milder. Moreover, the red onion contains many more antioxidants, vitamins and minerals than the white onion. The red onion is therefore very suitable for salads and dressings, because it is not overpowering. Moreover, the onion is not heated in the process, so healthy nutrients are preserved.
Where do I purchase organic ingredients of onion?
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|Recommended Use||According to taste|
|Country of cultivation||Egypt|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|
|Energy (kcal/kJ)||329 kcal / 1378 KJ|
|Saturated Fats||1 g|