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How to make Spring Onion Curls

Bear Naked Food How to make spring onion curls

I simply love spring onions and more so if they come in the form of curly, wispy strips. Commonly found in Chinese dishes as a garnish, making these spring onion curls are a breeze. All you need is a bowl of iced water.

Bear Naked Food How to make spring onion curls

The thinner your strips of spring onions are, the curlier they’ll become after the iced water bath. So feel free to experiment with your desired look. I love to put these pretty spring onion curls on steamed fish, fried rice or anything that needs a sprig of color!

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Ingredients:
Spring onions
A bowl of iced water

Cut the spring onions into sections and slice then lengthwise very thinly.

Place in the bowl of iced water and swirl it around to make sure they are evenly submerged.

After 5 – 7 mins, your spring onions will curl up.

Remove from water and dry with paper towel.

 

Bear Naked Food How to make spring onion curls

 

Garnish on top of your favorite dishes.

Bear Naked Food How to make spring onion curls

 

How to make Spring Onion Curls
 
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Recipe type: Tips
Ingredients
  • Spring onions
  • A bowl of iced water
Instructions
  1. Cut the spring onions into sections and slice then lengthwise very thinly.
  2. Place in the bowl of iced water and swirl it around to make sure they are evenly submerged.
  3. After 5 – 7 mins, your spring onions will curl up.
  4. Remove from water and dry with paper towel.
  5. Garnish on top of your favorite dishes.

 

 

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Bear is my moniker. Naked is how I like my feet to look. Food is something I live to eat (alot). A food recipe blog that makes sense.
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Bear is my moniker. Naked is how I like my feet to look. Food is something I live to eat (alot). A food recipe blog that makes sense.

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