The Best and Worst Things You Can Do With Your Garlic Canned Onion (and Green Onion)

Posted November 15, 2018 12:28:14 While we might not like the idea of using canned onions or green onions in recipes, we absolutely love them in baked goods and soups, especially if we can get them in small quantities.

It’s a great way to use up leftover onions and the canned stuff in a recipe that already includes a lot of them.

And if you’ve got some leftover canned green onions lying around, you can use them to add a nice flavor to a pot of soup.

The Best Uses of Canned Onions And Green Onions For Desserts Canned onions are an incredibly versatile food that can be used in nearly every dessert you can think of.

They’re great as a topping for bread, ice cream, soups and even salads.

They make a great filling in sandwiches or in pies.

They can also be used to make soups or baked goods.

I’ve already mentioned how you can add them to soups as a filling or a garnish, and I’ve also included how to make your own homemade, crunchy green onions.

The best uses for canned onions are in baking.

You can use canned onions in baked dishes, like croissants or pie crusts.

You could use them as a flavor addition to desserts, like chutneys or ganache, or you can combine them with other ingredients to create a simple, flavorful dish.

For more baking inspiration, check out my recipe below: Lemon-Garlic Cauliflower Soup A traditional recipe for lemon-garlic cauliflower soup, the cauliflower is stuffed with garlic and onions and drizzled with a thick sauce that pairs well with roasted potatoes, tomatoes and more.

This is a super easy recipe that you can make in a matter of minutes.

Just make sure you soak the caulflakes for at least a couple hours before adding them to your soup.

Ingredients: 1 large head cauliflower, cut into 2-inch pieces