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The Shallot or EschalotAllium cepa – from the Liliaceae (Lily) family, are grown for their heads, which are eaten as a vegetable or used as a condiment. A sister of the Onion, it is mainly classified into two categories: pink and grey. Its delicate flavour is appreciated raw, chopped and crunchy to flavour salads and raw vegetable dishes. When cooked, it becomes tender with a sweet note and its flavour wonderfully permeates stews and sauces. A special mention should be given to caramelised Shallots that accompany meats and processed cold meats. They are a concentrated source of vitamins B, C, E, and minerals.

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