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Young onions, including scallions, are everywhere at the farmers’ market right now. Here are 11 ways to use this unsung kitchen hero.
Young onions, including scallions, are everywhere at the farmers’ market right now. Milder than their more mature counterparts, they’re great cooked or raw as a garnish, a flavoring or a side dish. Here are 11 ways to use this unsung kitchen hero.
1. Pancake. Make a version of this addictive but often greasy Chinese-restaurant classic with pizza dough, or use an eggy batter, much like a Dutch baby.
4. Noodles. Cut scallions crosswise into 1-inch pieces to stir-fry with noodle dishes.
8. Dumplings. Add scallions to juicy pork Asian dumplings.
10. Salad. Thinly slice scallions lengthwise to create feathery strips to toss with herbs and dressing.
Kristin Donnelly is a former Food & Wine editor and cofounder of Stewart & Claire, an all-natural line of lip balms made in Brooklyn.