Milder than the common onion and shaped closer to a garlic bulb, shallots add great aroma and flavor to any dish. The shallot's thin layers allows it to incorporate well into many dishes.
To prepare, remove any of the papery outside layer from the shallot and cut off the root end. Then cut shallot crosswise to create the perfect pieces for your recipe! Slow cooking helps break down the sugar in shallots and creates a sweet, caramelized version that is a great addition to savory dishes.
Store shallots in a dark, cool, dry place and they can keep for approximately one month. You can also store shallots in the refrigerator, but they will only last for about two weeks.
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