Weight Equivalents: Onion 

Onions may have originated somewhere in East Asia, or possibly in the area that is modern day Iran and West Pakistan. 

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Onion Image by Couleur from Pixabay

Onions have been cultivated for 5000 years or more, and have found their way into nearly every cuisine. Onions may be eaten on their own raw, fried, grilled, battered and fried, baked, stuffed, pickled, blanched, or as an ingredient or seasoning in soups, stews, stir fries, pancakes, etc.
Substitutes: white bulbs of leeks or green onions, shallots, chopped daikon, garlic

Onion, White, Red, or Yellow
Large 3" to 3 3/4" dia
150g 5.3oz
Medium 2" to 3" dia
110g 3.9oz
Small 1" to 2" dia
70g 2.5oz
Slice, Large (1/4" thick from medium onion) 38g 1.3oz
Slice, Medium (1/8" thick from medium onion) 14g 0.5oz
Slice, thin (from medium onion) 9g 0.3oz
Conversion from grams to ounce: 28.3495231g(rounded to 28.35)= 1 oz
Ounces shown are rounded up or down to the nearest tenth of an ounce.

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