Type: Organic & Conventional
Azil Organic Shallot
Shallots are a small, elongated type of onion with a taste that’s often described as a subtle mix between a traditional onion and garlic.
They grow in clusters, contain less water,
and have thinner peels than traditional onions but can make your eyes water just the same.
Loaded with nutrients and plant compounds, shallots offer numerous health benefits.
Still, you may wonder how these onions differ from other varieties and how to best use them in cooking.
Shallots (Allium ascalonicum L.) belong to the Allium family, alongside leeks, chives, scallions, garlic, and other onion varieties, like Vidalia, white, yellow, and sweet onions.
Though they appear similar to red onions on the outside, they look very different on the inside. When you peel a shallot, you find that they have 3–6 cloves or bulbs — like garlic — instead of rings like other onions (1Trusted Source).
Nutritionally, they have quite a bit to offer, with 3.5 ounces (100 grams or about 10 tablespoons) of chopped shallots providing
Harvest period: Aguest
Harvest method: manual
*Bulk ( Each Carton ) : Kgr
*Retails: 80 gr
*Retails ( Powder) : 80 gr
*Number of boxes per cartons : 24
*Number of Cartons per pallets : 156
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