Shallots are a member of the large onion family. Their taste is not as strong as white onion, but more of a cross between a sweet onion and mild garlic. Used extensively in French cooking, shallots have become a standard ingredient in many sauces because of their unique flavor.
Import Iranian Shallot Powder
- Country of origin: Iran
- Application: Whether diced, minced, or sliced, shallots are used for seasoning dishes, either with a soft onion undercurrent or a pop of sharp acidity similar to a hint of garlic. They can also be used to brighten vinaigrettes.
Packaging in Iran
- This Balssi spice is powdered.
- Balssi is a company that produces spices.
- This product includes an export certificate.
How to use
Shallots are as versatile as any of its sibling onions. Sliced or chopped raw, they often are added to various vinaigrettes and marinades, salsas, and salads. Shallots can also be sliced or chopped and sauteed with olive oil/butter and garlic as a base for soups, sauces, casseroles, sautes, and quiches.
History of shallot powder
The botanical name of shallot is Allium ascalonicum and it belongs to the family Liliaceae. Shallots probably originated in Asia, traveling from there to India and the eastern Mediterranean. The name “shallot” comes from Ashkelon, a city in Israel, where people in classical Greek times believed shallots originated.
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