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  • n. Plural form of shallot.


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  • Allegra's is a punchy mixture of garlic, lemongrass, ginger, lime leaves, coriander, chillies and shallots, which is briefly stir-fried to release the flavours before being fatally diluted with the aforementioned coconut milk and water.

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  • Add the sugar and continue to cook until the shallots are a deep golden color, about 3-4 minutes.

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  • Kunjulli is Malayalam (language of Kerala) for "shallots".

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  • Particularly ironic since I've just been roasting several bulbs of the stuff with shallots, celery, garlic and shell-on king prawns for the most gorgeous and pungent fish soup for tomorrow night.

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  • When my mother is cooking, she stays true to Julia Child's classic recipe, in which sautéed shallots and breadcrumbs are added to the foie gras for the prune stuffing, but I prefer using a mousse of foie gras—it produces a slightly lighter well, relatively speaking prune and shaves off a bit of the prep time.

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  • Nicky Loh for the Wall Street Journal Malcolm Lee's spice paste includes lemongrass, galangal, turmeric root, shallots, garlic, shrimp paste, dried chilies and candlenuts.

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  • This 10-minute recipe was adapted from moules marinière, a French classic that calls for a healthy pat of butter, a glug of white wine and a handful of aromatics such as garlic, shallots and herbs.

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  • The three-course lunch was pleasantly grown-up with kids preparing chicken breasts, fresh asparagus and shallots for a risotto or biscuit dough to their respective abilities.

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  • I don't even want to go anywhere near the different naming conventions of spring onions, shallots and their variations. * shudder*

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  • Later, at the candle-lit table, when everyone agreed that it was the best dish at the meal, he coupled his hands behind his neck and smiled as they cooed about how much flavor you could get from slow-cooked shallots and fresh thyme.

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