Posted on | January 30, 2017 | No Comments
I love shallots. They have such a soft buttery onion flavor. Super tasty in chicken salads, etc.
They’re pretty much my favorite allium.
Problem is: shallots are darn expensive. They’re no caviar, but $3 for a handful of bulbs is a bit steep when onions are so cheap.
So, what’s a stir-crazy shallot-loving gardener to do? Grow my own, of course!
Just buy a few from the store (make sure they have some roots, even just teeny trimmed roots will grow again!)
Put them in the top of any pot of dirt that gets sun and water. That’s it! If you’re patient, you should be seeing green shoots and white roots in no time.
This should work for onions, green onions, several other groceries with varying degrees of success. More grocery store gardening adventures to come!