Neighbor just gave me a huge box of fresh veggies. Mostly onions (yellow and white) with a few tomatoes, jalepenos. Prob about 15-20 pounds of onions....what should I do with them. I already have plenty of dried ones. Anyone have any great recipes???
Why not chop and freeze them in 1 or 2 cups portions for future use? I put 2 cup portions in freezer bags, squeeze out the air, smooth and freeze flat, and they will keep for a couple of years and take up very little freezer space.
Here is a round up of onion recipes - pickles, relishes, jellies, etc. - all suitable for water bath canning. As you look thru - just look for the recipe source. Most people have adapted seasonings from authorized sources. But sometimes, you just never know.
I dehydrate onions and love to use them in soups, casseroles and so on. They become VERY strong when dehydrated and keep very well. I store mine in quart jars with 02 absorbers. Lots of onions stored in a tiny space with a very long shelf life. You canna beat that!
We grow a onions and get about 100lbs of them. We just cure them in the sun after digging them for about a week then put them in burlap bags down in the basement, About 62 degrees down there and they keep all winter long. Use them as needed.