Walla Walla Sweet Onions produce large, round bulbs with a sweet, yellow flesh. They are famous for their uniquely sweet flavor, and are mild enough to be eaten raw.
Sale Quantity: By the pound
Uses: Walla Walla Sweet Onions are best enjoyed raw or very lightly cooked due to their mild, sweet flavor and crisp texture.
Grown in: Transitional Organic Field
Preparation and Storage
Preparation: Wash onions just before use and peel the outermost layer off before chopping. Once an onion is sliced, it can be stored in the refirgerator in an air-tight container, and should be used within 7-10 days.
Storage: Store onions in a well-ventilated area that is cool, dark, and dry. Do not store entire onions in plastic bags; it is important to use a breathable bag or container.
Long Term Storage: Due to their relativly high water content, Walla Walla onions do not store long-term very well. They should be enjoyed within a few months. Onions should be stored in a well-ventilated bag or crate in a cool, dry location. Store between 32 and 40 degrees F with low humidity, and away from light.
Nutrition: One tablespoon has only 4 calories and is packed with vitamin C, potassium and calcium. Remove only the very outermost paper layer to keep the most nutritious parts intact.
Mixed Green Salad with Apples and Walla Walla Sweet Onions