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The spring onion is a real seasoning for use in various dishes. It has a mild taste that is somewhat reminiscent of leeks. Read more..
The spring onion is a real seasoning for use in various dishes. It has a mild taste that is somewhat reminiscent of leeks.
Calories/Energy Value: 134 kJ/32 kcal
Fat: 0.19 g
Of which saturated: 0.03 g
Carbohydrates: 7.34 g
Of which sugars: 2.33 g
Fiber: 2.6 g
Protein: 1.83 g
Salt: < 0.01 g
Sodium: 16 mg
Separately by bundle.
The spring onion, like other onions, is best stored in a cool, dark and dry place. So preferably not in the fridge.
Raw and cut into rings, spring onions fit well in salads or soups, for example.
But raw spring onions are also very tasty in raw vegetables, stewed vegetables, on a cheese sandwich or in an omelette.
When stewed, spring onions give a dish a light onion flavour. Stew or bake them, but briefly, because otherwise the delicious taste will be lost. Braised spring onions taste good in spring vegetables, egg dishes and light meats, such as veal, chicken and fish. You can even serve spring onions as a vegetable: cut the onions into pieces of about 5 cm and stew them in some butter for 3 to 4 minutes. Then sprinkle them with some (sea) salt.
In principle, you can eat all spring onions, with the exception of the bottom with the roots.