Fried onions have a deep hearty flavor and an addictive sweetness. We start out with freshly chopped onions, coat them with a light dusting of whole wheat flour, fry them in vegetable oil until they’re a golden brown, and, as a finishing touch, sprinkle a touch of salt on them while they’re still warm. This simple process brings out the best in our fried onions. Crispy, crunchy, sweet, and salty they make a delicious topping for classic hot dishes such as green bean casserole. Best of all, we don’t add any additives, preservatives, or fancy chemicals added.
This fried treat is popular in Asian cuisines as a quick and easy topper for savory dishes such curries, pulaos, biryanis, and noodles. Though fried onions are commonly found in Asian dishes, they’re also a mainstay in American recipes. They’re the signature crunch in green bean or chicken casseroles. Their crunchy sweetness also makes them the perfect topping to balance out a juicy streak.
You can also add fried onions as the finishing touch to salads and soups instead of traditional croutons for a change in texture and additional flavor.
Tasty! An addictive topping I love to add to my hot, steaming Thai Jasmine rice. I can't do without it.Douglas, Yucca Valley, CA
These are great on top of many foods!Marie, Rutland, VT
These are great quality and cheaper than the grocery store. Indispensable when it comes to green bean casserole.Antonina, Chicopee, MA
These are so good on so many different things. Yummy sprinkled on a sandwich, or in casseroles.Joan, Oroville, CA
Onions, vegetable oil (canola and palm oil), wheat flour, salt. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 7g (~0.2 oz.)
|Amount per serving|
|Calories from Fat||28|
Store at room temperature for up to 6 months.
Country of origin: India