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Cocktail Onions


Cocktail Onions

Cocktail Onions
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Cocktail Onions are very small, white, crunchy pickled onions.

They are made from pearl onions that are peeled and pickled in white vinegar.

Most are sour, but you can also get sweeter ones.

You can also get them packed in a mixed solution of vermouth and vinegar.

They are used for cocktails, particularly the drink called a "Gibson." They can also be presented on relish trays, or as some people like to do with them, be battered and fried.


See also:

Pickles

Aceto Dolce; Alum; Branston Pickle and Sardine Sandwiches Recipe; Branston Pickle; Bread and Butter Pickles; Caperberries; Capers; Chow-Chow; Cocktail Onions; Cornichons; Deep-Fried Pickles; Dill Pickles; Gardiniera; Godeulppagi Kimchi; Hot-Pickled Mustard Root; Japanese Pickles; Kimchi; Lime (Chemical); Pickle Chips; Pickle Juice; Pickled Eggs; Pickled Onions; Pickled Walnuts; Pickles; Pickling Cucumbers; Pickling Lime; Pickling; Preserved Lemons; Preserved Mustard Greens; Sauerkraut; Yum Yum Pickles

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Also called:

Silberzwiebeln (German)

Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Cocktail Onions." CooksInfo.com. Published 28 May 2006; revised 23 August 2007. Web. Accessed 12/11/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/cocktail-onions>.

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