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www.cookinglight.com/recipe/sweet-sour-cipollini

First cultivated in Italy, cipollini are most often served there as agrodolce (the Italian word for "sweet and sour"), a condiment that pairs beautifully with cheese or roasted meat.Try our version of this vinegar and sugar–braised dish. It's ready in only 20 minutes and makes for a complex condiment that dresses up simple roast chicken or pork.

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This is a very rich side dish...Creamed Italian Cipollini onions. Nice small bite size Italian Cipollini onions that are sweet. Carmelized in butter with a h...

www.williams-sonoma.com/recipe/cipollini-in-agrodolce.html

For this recipe, an inexpensive young balsamic vinegar should be used rather than a more expensive aged vinegar. Cipollini are small, flat Italian onions. They are available in some supermarkets and farmers’ markets. Pearl onions or small boiling onions may be substituted.

honestcooking.com/caramelized-cipollini-onions

These caramelized onions are delicious, sweet and savory with a bit of vinegary bite and the sauce emulates Italian agrodulce. By Kathy Gori. Small, flat and mild tasting, cipollini onions are perfect for roasting and also for caramelizing in balsamic vinegar for a great sweet and sour flavor.

ouritaliantable.com/cipolline-sottaceto-marinated-baby-onions

If you can’t find Cipolline onions or don’t want to pay the price, use small boiling onions. Serve as a side dish to meat or as an antipasto. Recipe for 4 servings as a side dish, 8 servings as an antipasto. Ingredients and equipment: 2 pounds small cipolline or boiling onions (about 1-½ each) 4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

recipes.fandom.com/wiki/Cippolini_onion

Cippolini onions are small, sweet onions with a flat shape and a yellow to bronze color. They may be eaten fresh, fried, steamed, baked or boiled, and are particularly good for roasting and kabobs. Italian in origin, the cippolini onion is used in many Italian specialties, such as pizzas, spaghettis and various pastas with meat and greens. borettana onion wild onion

snapguide.com/guides/make-caramelized-balsamic-cipollini-onions

These little onions are delicious, sweet and savory with a bit of vinegary bite. Boil a large pot of water. When the water boils, toss in the onions. Par boil them for about 1 minute.

www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/balsamic-cipolline-onions-102502

Preparation. Cook onions in large pot of boiling water 3 minutes. Drain and cool. Cut off root ends, then peel. Combine peeled onions, beef stock, 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, butter and sugar ...

www.thedailymeal.com/best-recipes/cipollini-onion

Top Rated Cipollini Onion Recipes Valentine's Day Salmon for Two Try this simple recipe for roasted Pacific salmon, honey caramelized turnips, cipollini onions, and pinot noir.Recipe courtesy of Chef Yaffe, VUE 24, Foxwoods Resort Casino.

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In the market in Syracuse we came across a traditional food that is common in Puglia, though less so here in Sicily – lampascioni.. Similar in appearance to little onions, lampascioni are actually the bulb of a tassel hyacinth, the muscari comosum.. These are a common wildflower especially in southern Italy, though few people realize that you can eat the bulb.