March Madness: (4) Yellow Onion vs. (5) Clementine
The onion is a staple in just about every good winter dinner, whereas clementines are those sweet snacks you can’t wait to bite into. Which will you vote for?
Need more information before you cast your vote? Check out our best yellow onion and clementine recipes below!
Onion and Cheese Pie – You can use regular yellow or white onions in this pie or even try a sweet onion variety for more flavor.
Mama D’s Stuffed Pepper Soup – Another one of my favorite comfort foods, but this time in the form of a soup that warms both the body and soul. It’s easy to make, budget-friendly, as well as kid-friendly.
Clementine Salsa – People who love salsa will find this version irresistible. Try it with your favorite tortilla chips, on sandwiches or simply on a bed of crisp lettuce as a side salad.
Clementine, Olive and Endive Salad – Salad ingredients can be prepared 4 hours ahead and chilled separately in sealed plastic bags.
Sweet Potato Bisque with Clementines and Sage – This delicious bisque is thick and hearty enough to serve as a main course. Offer hot, crusty bread and a tossed green salad to complement this dish.
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