Fresh ShallotsAdd to cart16oz - $12.95 via 2 Day Shipping (Reg $16.95)
Great Deal for these very fresh shallots. Shown here on the plate is 12oz, less than the 16oz we ship with each order.
Grown in Oregon in excellent climate, and shipped all over the world (notably Japan and Korea -- prized for the high quality). These are export quality and could not be fresher, as they were just harvested.
The outer skin is red / slightly brown like a normal onion, but peel back two layers and see the rich purple color of the inner layers. The white flesh of the onion is succulent.
Shallots are used in a wide variety of Thai recipes found in our recipe section. Some of our favorites:
We will ship you 16 oz (about two large handfulls), protected to ensure good arrival, and sent via 2 Day shipping. Size varies a bit, but they are generally 1-2 inches long, and the outer layer may show a bit of greying which is not uncommon for shallots, and is easily removed then you can use the inner flesh. Do not refrigerate, set on counter and use within a few weeks.
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