Onion Spice Powder, fine ground

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Onion spice Powder

Onion spice ground, onion-powder

Every kitchen in the world uses Onion spice. You can use it to season not only sauces but also meat, dips, or fish. The onion powder is a real all-rounder with the delicate taste of the onion.

The onion is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world. People have been growing these plants for over 5000 years and use them as vegetables and as medicinal and aromatic plants.

What is an onion?

The term onion stands in the German language for the globe, which is a storage organ. It is the shoot of a plant or for the plant species onion - Allium cepa of the genus leek (Allium).

The onion has other names like Bolle, onion, Zipolle, house onion, table onion, kitchen, garden, or summer onion.


The Allium cepa kitchen onion is a biennial herbaceous plant. However, commercial cultivation only lasts a year until harvest. It is because it needs soft or sandy loamy soil and a warm, sunny region. In Germany, they mainly cultivate in Bavaria and Lower Saxony.

From the underground, growing disc-shaped trunk grow longitudinally grooved leaf sheaths from which hollow leaf blades grow up to 50 cm high. In the second year, a flower stalk up to one meter tall spears. This spherical umbel consists of single bell-shaped flowers, the color of which ranges from white to purple.

Culinary use of the onion spice

All kitchens use the vegetable onion and the onion seasoning in the world. Like salt and pepper, it is an essential spice that enhances the aromas of other herbs. Onion powder refines sauces, broths combined with bay leaves and cloves, ragouts, roasts, and fish dishes.

Storage of onion powder

The spice powder is very sensitive to moisture, so you should store it in a dry, cool place in an airtight area. In this way, you get the best possible aroma from the onion powder, and you can enjoy our products for a long time.

Ingredients : Onion ground, E 470a

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