Thai Fried Shallots (Red Onion)Add to cart3.5pz - $3.39
We just received this from Thailand, fresh pack with the best quality. Thai shallots have a wonderful bold flavor. This is usually added to soup or stir friy, and it can be eaten as a snack.
3.5 oz is a fairly large amount, it will last awhile. Open the screw top plastic jar, and the fried onions are sealed in a plastic bag to preserve freshness.
Gluten Free. People who are intolerant of wheat like these onions because they're not fried with batter, so common in other brands of fried onion.
Ingredients: red onion 95%, palm oil 5%. Product of Thailand.
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