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
||3" to 3 3/4" dia
||2" to 3" dia
||1" to 2" dia
||(1/4" thick from medium onion)
||(1/8" thick from medium onion)
||(from medium onion)