Shallots
US

  • $9
  • Regular price $12


Sold in a bag of ~200g / 7.0 oz

Shallots are part of the allium family, just like onions, leeks, and garlic. They have a slightly sweeter edge than most onions, especially when cooked, making them an elegant addition to dressings, sauces, as well as sautés!

Seasonality

Seasonal from June to November

Pairings
Shallots are best paired with:

Health Benefits

  • Strong Antioxidant Powers: The high and diverse content of antioxidant compounds in Shallots, including quercetin, kemferol, and various other sulfuric antioxidants, form an additional valuable compound known as allicin that not only reduces cell mutation as well as other cancers, but is also associated with managing levels of cholesterol within the body!
  • Soothes Nerves: Shallots contains pyridoxine, which may help to activate the release of GABA within the brain, which is extremely important for maintaining low levels of stress as well as maintaining your hormones within the body in the proper levels. Likewise, the abundance of folic acid in Shallots help manage hormonal as well as enzymatic reactions within the brain!
Recipes
Roasted Potato with Kale, Mushroom and ShallotsRecipe
Time Required
  • 60 mins
Complexity
  • 3 / 5
Ingredients
Easy Sauteed Zucchini, Eggplant, Tomatoes and HerbsRecipe
Time Required
  • 25 mins
Complexity
  • 2 / 5
Ingredients
Fillet Mignon with Shiitake Mushroom GratinRecipe
Time Required
  • 40 mins
Complexity
  • 4 / 5
Ingredients
Thai-Style Stir-Fried Minced Pork with String Beans and Thai BasilRecipe
Time Required
  • 30 mins
Complexity
  • 2 / 5
Ingredients
White Asparagus with Lemon Pan SauceRecipe
Time Required
  • 20 mins (15 mins Cook Time)
Complexity
  • 2 / 5
Ingredients
Nutritional Values (% of your Daily Value*)
*Daily Value of your nutritional needs, per 100g serving, assuming a caloric intake of 2,000 calories per day. More info here. Sourced from the USDA National Nutrient Database.
Health Benefits are based on empirical research as cited above, but this product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.