As we move into the cooler months, our recipes change from salads and barbecues to hearty pasta dishes, stews, soups, slow-cooked dishes plus many more.
The base of most of these warming dishes is bound to be sautéed onions. It is estimated that onions are used in 30% to 40% of any cook’s savoury dish repertoire, if not more. There is nothing better than the smell of cooked onions, but before you start cooking you need to learn how to chop, slice or dice the onion.
In our how to chop, slice and dice onions cooking school video below, learn how easy it is to slice and dice onions like a chef.
One big tip to remember from this clip, is to keep the stem on an onion when dicing. This is a trick to stop those onion tears.
Warming onion recipes to try
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