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4/6/12 11:48 A

Oh, sorry, I've never seen those before! I wonder if they freeze dry them. I've dehydrated onions before but they don't get crisp, they are dry and chewy.
Penzeys Spices has some toasted dried onions and I just ate a few. They are crisp with a good onion flavor and then melt in your mouth. They are little tiny like confetti though, not like chips or rings.
www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/p-penzeyso
nions.html


ARRIAFEMI Posts: 22
4/6/12 2:32 A

I don't think the Seneca ones have a coating on them. It's just onions no breading. But thank you for the suggestion.

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4/5/12 9:14 P

How about slicing sweet onions into thick slices, separating them, dip them in flour, then beaten egg, coat with panko and bake!

ARRIAFEMI Posts: 22
4/4/12 12:53 P

Ifound and fell in love with Seneca Crisp Onions. I used to get them at the 99cent store in my neighborhood. Now I can't find them anywhere!!! I liked them because the were sweet,crunchy and satisified my need for potato chips without all the calories...unless I eat the whole bag in one sitting. I would like to find a recipe to make my own...but they have to be really crisp.

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