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The onion is an edible bulb. While it is a vegetable at heart, it also acts as a spice inasmuch as it can provide an aromatic undertone to various meat and vegetable dishes, without being a major ingredient. The characteristic appearance of the onion is well known, but there are many variations of colour, shape and size. The colour varies from white to red to purple, the shape from spherical to almost conical, and the diameter at the largest point from 10mm (1/2in) to 8cm (3in) or 'more. Onions should be firm, though not rock hard. The papery skin should be tight over the surface of the bulb. Spring onions, or scallions, are immature plants where the bulb has not completely formed. They may be cylindrical, the green stem shading into the white bulblet, which may be almost spherical. Onions are also available in processed form, as dried flakes and powder, or liquid.

 

   Uses of Onion Rings/Slices in food industry

»  Onion is a basic flavoring in the kitchen. It is used as a vegetable, or as a spice to bring out the     flavor of other dishes without overpowering them.
» It often accompanies meat - especially mince and meat dishes such as shepherds pie and     meat loaf which would be insipid without it.
» Onion is also widely used in soups, pickles and cooked vegetable dishes, sauces, hearty     casseroles, and bean and lentil dishes.
»  It is a common ingredient in marinades, and an onion studded with cloves is often a main     flavoring in stocks and courts-bouillons.
» There are many classic recipes featuring onion including such familiar dishes as tripe and     onions, steak and onions, French onion soup, coq au yin, sauce soubise, to name but a few.
»  Equally famous in India is do pvaza, a dish of meat cooked with a, much as double its weight of     onions.
» The shallot is frequently used in Mediterranean and American cookery, the rocambole in     country recipes.
»  Spring onions are common in fresh summer salads and in Chinese and Japanese cookery.

   Medicinal Uses Of Onion Rings/Slices

 

Onion's antiseptic properties as a juice or paste have been used for wound healing, skin complaints (acne), insect bites, hemorrhoids, boils, toothache, ('as moch for that purpose as to lay an unyon to my lytel fynger for the tothe ache', Brinklow, 1545), earache and respiratory complaints.

The raw juice is diuretic and the whole onion is an appetite stimulant and digestant. It has been used as a vermifuge. It is believed to stimulate the liver and is beneficial to the heart and nervous system.

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