Meet Oneg’s Easy Onions: our long-time favorite kitchen hack that’s about to become your favorite too. Read on for all the details.
Easy Onions are the secret ingredient your kitchen needs! Available in your local supermarket, Easy Onions are evenly diced and perfectly sautéed onions in olive oil, canned fresh, and ready to pop into all your favorite recipes. We keep these on-hand for the days when we don’t have those extra 10-15 minutes to dice and sauté an onion but want that delicious taste. Think base for a delicious vegetable soup, underneath your chicken on-the-bone, you name it!
Here are our top 5 reasons why we love them (and use them all the time!):
- They’re perfect for some of our 9×13 recipes: when you’re in a rush and have to get dinner in the oven! (Tip: Try them in this mushroom barley chicken.)
- Incredible value: Easy Onions come in a well packed plastic-lined can, with tons of onions in each.
- To spare our sheitels that unmistakable, Thursday night fried onion smell.
- To make a “cheat” french onion soup, we won’t tell!
- Timesaver! Timesaver! Timesaver! (Should we say it again?)
Oneg’s Easy Onions are the hack every frum woman needs. Whether it’s to skip a step, enhance the flavor of your family’s favorite recipe, or even just to add to your eggs, we know you’re going to love having these on hand as much as we do.
Let us know where you’re going to sub these in, below!
Does it taste better than the frozen sautéed onion cubes?
Victoria Dwek says
Hi! I would say that they are similar. You can way more quantity in the can than the little cubes. Cubes are for when you only need a little bit at a time.
Imho the frozen cubes taste alot better.
They’re just more pricey
Canned is good for recipes where the onions get blended.
raizy Weinfeld says
Use it for cream of chicken soup.
Busy Mom B"H says
Regarding reason #3: Who cooks (especially frying) in a sheitel?!
We’re each busy at different hours!
I walk into the house minutes to my kids arrival. So I am grateful to know about the product- I literally don’t have a second to go up my stairs to take my wig off…
How long do they last in the fridge if you dont use a whole can? Can they be frozen after opening?
blooms desk says
10-14 days in the fridge
the cans are safe for storing open foods
Miri Ginsbury says
What’s the difference between the 3 types of cans?
Audrey Barasch says
I bought a silicone ice cube tray for them
I open a can and fill up the tray and pop them out as needed
Use them every week for my chulent!
Do they sell these in Israel?