Green Onion Garnish
With just a few cuts, a green onion will resemble a brush

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Place a green onion on a cutting board, make long thin lengthwise cuts; put into ice water. The cuts will flare out resembling a brush garnish. Serve on plates with the Main Entree
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Green Onion Garnish

recipe and photograph by Peggy Bucholz for www.finedinings.com

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Prep Time: 10 min   Total Time:10 min   Yield: 1


Ingredients:

1 green onion (scallion)
ice water bath

Instruction:

Place green onion on a cutting board, cut root end off onion and discard. Starting about 1-inch away from the green stem part, make several lengthwise close together cuts in the white part toward the root end. Cut off and discard the green stalk leaving about a 1-inch uncut section of the white part above the cuts you just made.

Place a plastic twist around the uncut section to hold it together. Place in ice water until ready to use, the thin cuts will flair out and curl up slightly making a brush. Remove plastic twist and serve.

wine bottle Wine recommendation: chardonnay

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