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Drying a shit-ton of spring onions today. The house smells... great.



I add them liberally to most things you'd add dried chopped onion too. They contribute a nice mild flavor.

That's about 10% of what's currently popped up in the yard so far, not counting the area of the yard the dog has claimed as his own. my next green onion endeavor will be canning onion broth.
I also have a great recipe for Korean BBQ that includes fresh green onion:

KOREAN BBQ SAUCE
1 c. soy sauce
1/2 c. sesame seed oil(EVOO works fine)
1/4 c. water
8 cloves minced garlic
1 bunch chopped green onions
1/4 bunch ginger root, chopped fine
Black pepper
1 c. sugar

Marinate your choice of meat overnight. Pork has worked well for me.

The bulk of the onions however will fall victim to the lawnmower, as there is simply too much to deal with. Who else uses these? Does anyone preserve them? Any tips, tricks or recipes you'd like to share?
 

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I must ask, was the name of the recipe "Korean BBQ Sauce" anything to do with the world's state of affairs????
Lol no. Though given time I'm sure I could come up with a recipe involving much more ironic ingredients :p

You can find korean bbq sauce at the Asian market, but I find that the fresh garlic, green onion and ginger really put this recipe head and shoulders above anything that comes from a jar.
 
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