The green stalks and the white bulbs of the green onion are edible. The brown roots of this vegetable can be eaten, but must be cleaned well, as they grow in soil.Continue Reading
Green onions have a mild flavor and grow easily outside and indoors. This vegetable is used in a variety of recipes and as a garnish.
The blossoms which grow on the onion flower are also edible. The flowers are often added to leafy raw salads.
There are an estimated 32 calories in a 1 cup serving of green onion. The same serving size contains 276 milligrams of potassium and 31 percent vitamin C.Learn more about Vegetables
Many different seasonings go well with turnip greens, and the recipe for Leon O'Neal's Turnip Greens uses a dash of sugar, onion, lemon pepper and salt. The recipe also uses Louisiana hot sauce for extra flavor.Full Answer >
Make potato latkes by combining 2 pounds of grated potatoes with 1 grated onion, 2 eggs, 1/4 cup of all-purpose flour or matzo meal, and salt and pepper to taste. Shape the mixture into pancakes, and fry them in a heavy-bottomed skillet until they're golden.Full Answer >
One traditional twice-baked potato recipe uses 3 large baking potatoes, 1 tablespoon olive oil, 1 tablespoon milk, 1 tablespoon sour cream, crumbled bacon and green onion. You also need 5 ounces cheddar cheese, garlic salt, salt and pepper.Full Answer >
Make baked beans with bacon by combining baked beans, crumbled bacon, onion, brown sugar and ketchup in a slow cooker. Season the mixture with Dijon mustard, cider vinegar and Worcestershire sauce. You can also add fresh herbs such as parsley before serving.Full Answer >