If you have an abundance of green onions in your garden, try this simple hack to freeze them and use at a later date!
- Green onions
- First step is to wash your veggies. Use a combination of white vinegar and water to soak or rinse your produce. One study says use 3 parts water to 1 part vinegar. Another said use 10 parts water to 1 part vinegar. I usually use somewhere between those two recommendations.
- Next, chop up your onions. I first chopped off the roots, then cut the bulb off (you can put the bulb in separate bags for the freezer).
- Lastly, spread out chopped onions on cookie sheet. I laid some parchment paper down (to make for easier removal later) and spread them out as best as I could. I then stuck both sheets of onions in the freezer.
Chop onions as directed. Place on cookie sheet in single layer. Once frozen, transfer to freezer bag.
Pull out the needed amount of onions and use in baking, cooking, sautéing as stated in recipes.