The Basics: Yellow Granex Onions

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Yellow Granex Onions 

Yellow Granex Onions, more technically classified under the genus alliumcepa species, refer to several types of sweet onions that are produced & sold under different names throughout the country. This particular onion variety was actually developed in Texas by crossing the Bermuda & the 1015 in order to create the sugary, mild flavor. However, the Yellow Granex is an onion that is also grown in a specific production area in Georgia that is sanctioned by state & federal government agencies which are then sold under the Vidalia Onion name. Yellow Granex Onions are grown in Maui, Hawaii, too. The flat, globular shapes typically measure between 3 to 4-inches & are known as a short day crop meaning they are planted in the fall when the daylight time span is less for a summer harvest.

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How To Store & Use Yellow Granex Onions

Yellow Granex Onions may be identified by their golden yellow coloration with a very thin exterior. However, the onion rings are quite thick & meaty. They are ideal for a number of recipe applications due to their mild flavor including salads & vinaigrettes to cooked appetizers, soups & side dishes

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Yellow Granex Onions should be stored in a cool, dark location & have a shelf life of approximately one to two months. They are wonderful when sautéed briefly in a bit of butter, simply use a chef knife to chop them for side dish & dip recipe applications. If the onions are sliced in half then thinly cut into half moon shapes, consider preparing a batch of caramelized or mushrooms & onions that may be served over ribeyes, New York strip steaks, T-Bones & burgers.

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