Organic Onion Powder
Our Organic Onion Powder is quite versatile in its culinary usage, with onion being a beloved flavor in cuisines around the world and savory dishes of all kinds. Onion powder blends perfectly into sauces, hamburger, soups, dressings, pasta, pizza, and meatloaf recipes.Using at Home
Try adding a bit of our onion powder into your next batch of scrambled eggs, sprinkle into hummus for a unique zing, or incorporate into homemade burgers for a deliciously mouth-watering flavor boost.
Contributes rich flavor and blends well with other spices in meat rubs.
Onion powder is great to add to dips and spice blends, adding rich flavor without adding bulk.
Onion powder can be used in many recipes that call for onion.
1 tablespoon of onion powder equals roughly 1 medium-sized, fresh, chopped onion.
Onion powder contains calcium, potassium, magnesium, dietary fiber, and is low in sodium.
One of the main sources of antioxidants in most people's diet.
Studies have also suggested that onion powder may help reduce/prevent stroke and cardiovascular disease as well as reducing the symptoms of bladder infections, promoting prostate health, and lowering blood pressure.
Additionally, onions can help reduce inflammation, promote good digestion, and help keep you regular.Benefits
Regular onions are also extremely water heavy, making it difficult to add into certain dishes without compromising the moisture levels; with this powder this is not an issue.
A long shelf life, allowing you to always have the beautiful taste of onion on hand at a moments notice.
All-natural onion powder processing.
Humans have consumed onions for thousands of years.
Archaeologists have found evidence of wild onions in Bronze Age settlements that date as far back as 5,000 BC. They believe that onions were first cultivated around 3,000 BC in Egypt, where they were used for food and also in rituals for the dead.
The ancient Egyptians believed that the spherical shape of the onion, along with its layers and concentric rings were symbolic of eternal life.
In ancient Greece and Rome, athletes who believed that they helped lighten and balance the blood ate onions. Gladiators used onions, rubbed over muscles to keep them firm.
People in the middle ages could pay their rent in onions, since they were so valuable as a food source.
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Our inner safety seals are pressure sealed and it is normal when twisting off the cap that the seal may come off, come loose, and/or tear - so long as none of the contents spill out, the product is safe to consume.