Tanimura and Antle Sweet Italian Red Onions (6 lbs.)
About this item
- Mild, sweet red onion flavor
- Family farmed
- Hand harvested
Tanimura and Antle® Sweet Italian Red Onions (6 lbs.) have a mild flavor that doesn't overpower the other delicious tastes in your dishes. These sweet red onions are great in salads, on pizzas and burgers and in countless other dishes. Tanimura and Antle Sweet Italian Red Onions are the result of more than 20 years of cultivating the ideal sweet onion in the Italian tradition. They can be roasted, sauteed, grilled, caramelized or served fresh. Grown on USA family farms, these red onions are harvested at the peak of freshness and quality using sustainable growing practices.
What to Use Red Onion In?
Cooking with red onion is one of the easiest things to do in the kitchen. Dice it and add it raw to salads, dips and guacamole. You can cut thick chunks to add to skewers for the grill or add to the crockpot with a roast. Sauté your onions in olive oil with garlic as a base for pasta sauces. The possibilities are endless.
What Sustainable Growing Practices are Used?
Tanimura and Antle is committed to sustainable social, economic and environmental practices in the growing and distribution of their premium fresh produce. From their packaging and energy use to the maintenance of soil health and monitoring water usage, they're dedicated to ensuring long-term sustainability for the planet for the next generation. Their conservative farming practices include lab testing soil to confirm nutrients and minerals are in place, rotating crops to maintain healthy soil, utilizing a close partnership with an in-house agronomist and growers to interpret lab results, drip irrigation and maintaining efficient wells and water systems.
Tips on Storage and Usage
Store Tanimura and Antle Sweet Italian Red Onions in a cool, dry place with good air circulation. Choose onions that are firm and have little to no scent while avoiding those with cuts, bruises or blemishes on the bulb. When buying whole peeled onions, choose ones that don't show any sign of dehydration on the outer layers. To minimize watery eyes while chopping onions, try refrigerating them for an hour prior to cutting.