To peel cipollini onions, soak the onions in boiling water, drain, trim off the ends and peel off the outer layer. After the onions are peeled, cut and cook as desired. More »

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Customers may find cipollini onions in their local grocery stores or through online shopping sites, like Amazon. Cipollinis are not the same as yellow cooking onions, so customers may need to ask the produce manager to p... More »

Cipollini onions are small Italian onions approximately the size of a golf ball. They have a thin skin, white flesh and a flattened appearance. Cipollini onions have more residual sugar than other types of onions, which ... More »

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To blanch fresh green beans, clean the beans with cold water, trim the ends, dip the beans in boiling water and let them simmer for two to three minutes. When crisp, drain and put the beans in ice cold water for three mi... More »

Cipollini onions are small Italian onions approximately the size of a golf ball. They have a thin skin, white flesh and a flattened appearance. Cipollini onions have more residual sugar than other types of onions, which ... More »

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To julienne carrots, peel and trim the carrots, cut them into 2- to 3-inch long pieces, cut off the round sides and slice the rectangular middle piece into 1/8-inch thick slices. Stack the slices on top of one another an... More »

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To crush garlic, flatten a single clove on a cutting board with a hard, flat object, remove the peel and finely chop the flattened clove. Use the sharp edge of a kitchen knife to mash the garlic into a paste-like consist... More »

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