Another New Thing to Love

January 7, 2016

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This is silly.  I know it. How can you get excited about fried onions?

Maybe it’s growing up on those canned ones my mother loved so much – the ones she put into her famous “everything casserole.”  As I later discovered, they aren’t all that great.  So I began making my own. But getting a big batch of onions really crisp takes time.

So when I saw these in the market the other day, I pounced.  They’re natural. They’re imported from Denmark. They’re inexpensive. And they’re delicious.

Good to have on hand when you need a little lagniappe to perk up your vegetables.  Or simply to eat out of hand.

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3 Comments

  • Evelin says:

    Oh, yes… These are used there for the Danish hot dogs… delicious.
    The pickles used for the hot dogs are delicious too. Augurksalat it is called.

  • Moe says:

    Amazon has them for around 12 dollars and they are in the Prime section so 2 day delivery. I ordered them and will let you know how they fares against the French’s ones.

  • Sue Story says:

    Are they like the crispy fried shallots in Asian cuisines? Will look for them next time we are in the States.

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