How To Dice An Onion Like A Pro

Learn the secret to dicing an onion like a pro! It’s not that difficult when you know the tricks and Gordon Ramsay is in the house to show us how. Watch the video now.

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Onions are known as “nature’s salt” because of their pungent flavor and the wonderful aroma that comes from baking, cooking and just plain slicing them. Although the scent brings tears to most people’s eyes, onions are used in most kitchens every night.

If you’ve never learned How To Dice An Onion Like A Pro Chef, then you’ll be keen to learn the secrets and Gordon Ramsay is ready and waiting to share his top tips.

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How To Dice An Onion Like A Chef

The mastermind behind shows like Hell’s Kitchen and Master Chef, Gordon Ramsay is a legend in the kitchen. In this video, he shows you how a top chef quickly cuts an onion and saves stacks of time in the process. Click play above to watch ^

How To Dice An Onion Like A Chef

Dicing an onion like a Pro isn’t all that difficult. You might not be able to do it as speedily as the Chefs on the cooking shows, but this method from Primer Magazine will definitely result in the best texture and flavor from your slices. Here’s how to do it.

1. Slice off the top of the onion.

2. Cut in half lengthwise and remove peel.
3. Slice onion halves lengthwise again, leaving the root intact so your slices hold together.
4. Make 1-2 horizontal cuts.
5. Cut the onion from top to the bottom. When you get close to the root, push the onion half lightly on its face and cut the rest.
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Onion Cooking Guide

Did you know there are many different kinds of onions? Nature’s salt comes in a whole lot of flavors, shapes and sizes. They can all be used in different ways to add a delicious twist to dinner. The guide above from SheKnows shows you how to use 21 different versions.

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Although you may not think of leeks and shallots as ‘onions’, they are part of the same family of flowering plants as onions. They are  called the Genus Allium. Garlic, chives, and scallions are also part of the same group, whose name is actually Latin for garlic.

Want more? Why not check out Gordon Ramsay’s 5 Top Kitchen Hacks. You can check them out here.

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