How To Freeze Fresh Onions

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Yep, its all fun and games when you are growing your onions in your garden. You are trying to either grow as many as you possibly can or as large as you possibly can. What do you do with the excess when the season is over? Well one of the best ways to preserve onions for the long term is to freeze them.

Don’t worry it is pretty much an easy process, that most of us can do. although the actually chopping and dicing may not be so much fun. But there are ways to try minimize this, for example, always make sure that you use a sharp knife. Your frozen onions will still be good, even for cooking.

How To Freeze Onions
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh onions
  • chopping block
  • knife
  • ziploc bags
  • baking pan or freezer safe dish
  • aluminium foil
  • fork
  • marker

Alright so you clean your onions, and get started chopping and dicing. Apparently bigger dices are better, they freeze better and you can chop them down to size if you need to when cooking your meals. Place the chopped onion on the baking sheet, cover with the aluminium foil and then leave to freeze for the whole night.

In the morning use a fork to gently free the frozen onion from the pan and then stuff them into ziploc bags. You will find they won’t stick together and are easier to work with later. Place back int your freezer until you need them for pretty much all your cooking needs. Label your frozen onions using the marker.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Brown Thumb Mama blog, here…

How To Freeze Fresh Onions


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