Shallot (smoked)

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Ingredient NameShallot (smoked)
Ingredient Type Allium Vegetable
Wikipedia SummaryUntil 2010, the shallot was classified as a separate species, Allium ascalonicum, a name that is a synonym of Allium cepa, the species name of the onion. The name 'shallot' comes from Ashkelon, an ancient Canaanite city, where people in classical Greek times believed shallots originated.The term shallot is usually applied to the French red shallot (Allium cepa var. aggregatum, or the A. cepa Aggregatum Group). In most Indian cuisines, the distinction between onions and shallots is weak; larger varieties of shallot are sometimes confused with small red onions and used interchangeably. Shallots are also used to make different types of torshi (ترشی), a sour Iranian side dish consisting of a variety of vegetables under vinegar, eaten with main dishes in small quantities. In the southern Philippines, shallot bulbs and leaves are used to make the popular spicy Maranao condiment called palapa, which is used in the dish Piaparan The tubular green leaves of the plant can also be eaten and are very similar to the leaves of spring onions and chives.
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