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Product Data Sheet
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Dried Persian Shallot
Allium hirtifollium Boss.
It is endemic to Iran and grow as a wild plant. Its dried bulb slices are used as an additive to yogurt and different kind of foods.
EU Organic Certified
Storage and shelf life
In 4 kg carton packages
similar to garlic
Typical aroma of shallot
light ivory to dark ivory
Moisture and volatile matter
Broken dried shallot slices
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Persian shallot, scientifically known as Allium Stipitatum, is a wild plant rich in fatty acids and essential minerals like potassium, sodium, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, and manganese. It is known for its potential to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics.
Persian shallots have a unique flavor profile that combines mild onion-like notes with subtle hints of garlic. The taste is savory, slightly sweet, and less pungent compared to regular onions.
Persian shallots can be used in a variety of dishes to enhance flavor. They are commonly used in salads, marinades, soups, stews, and sauces. They can be chopped, minced, or sliced for different culinary applications.
Dried Persian shallots are a versatile ingredient in the kitchen. They can be rehydrated and used in dishes just like fresh shallots. Dried shallots are often used in spice blends, dressings, and rubs for added depth of flavor.
Yes, there are several varieties of shallots, including the traditional shallot (Allium cepa aggregatum) and the wild Persian shallot (Allium Stipitatum).