Mix Up Your Onions

by in Food Network Magazine, October 29th, 2012


Hot Tips From Food Network Kitchens’ Katherine Alford:

Keep red onions on hand: They’re milder than yellow or white ones, so you can eat them raw. Plus, you can substitute them for shallots in most recipes, like the vodka sauce in this Penne With Vodka Sauce recipe. Use 1/2 small red onion for every large shallot.

(Photograph by Lara Robby/Studio D)

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Comments (5)

  1. Rosie says:

    Ina-Barefoot Contessa thank you thank you thank you! I have never had the simple art of baking potatoes until I saw your Ask Ina topic on baking potatoes. I have tried baking twice now doing exactly what you said in that segmant and it worked! It really worked so thank you!

  2. Annie Rountree says:

    I think it is nasty to have a dog in the kitchen when you are cooking.Rachel Ray is touching a dog while cooking that is just nasty. I don't hate dogs but I think they shouldn't be in the kitchen at all.

    • Sue Willoughby says:

      Dogs are cleaner than most humans, especially if owners take care of them. Give me a dog over a human any time as far a germs/diseases go!

      • Probachlor says:

        what is it with with women that causes them to make this statement? Humans do not sniff each others butts, lick their genitals, or sniff feces. Sue, you need to change your social circle and maybe clean up your own act.

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