Red Scallion (Red Onion Shoot)


6 bunches per carton


early-January through mid-March April and most of


Truck or Airfreight




PLEASE NOTE!!! Order Tuesday morning for Wednesday shipment


Spring has spring, and as our growers enjoy warmer weather they are starting to harvest some of our favorite Spring delicacies. RED SCALLIONS have popped up. Actually the very early shoots of traditional globe or granex red onions, RED SCALLIONS are a milder version of their more mature relatives. Use them as you would green onions, but try to feature that lovely color! Take one cup chopped or sliced RED SCALLIONS and saute them in one tablespoon each of butter and olive oil. Cook slowly until softened. As the onions cook the flavor mellows, yet it intensifies. Add RED SCALLIONS to a Spring Vegetable Stir Fry. Or grill RED SCALLIONS, squeeze the juice of half a lime over them, sprinkle with fresh thyme, salt and pepper to taste. Chop fresh RED SCALLIONS and use to top beans, fresh lettuce salads, or use to perk up and add crunch to any cooked vegetable.

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