shallot

[หˆสƒรฆlษ™t]

shallot Definition

a type of onion that is smaller than a normal onion and has a mild, sweet flavor.

Using shallot: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "shallot" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The recipe calls for two shallots, finely chopped.

  • Example

    Shallots are often used in French cuisine.

  • Example

    I prefer the taste of shallots over regular onions in my salad.

shallot Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for shallot

Phrases with shallot

  • a type of vinegar made by steeping shallots in vinegar

    Example

    The dressing for the salad is made with shallot vinegar.

  • pickled shallots

    shallots that have been preserved in vinegar or brine

    Example

    The dish is garnished with pickled shallots.

  • a type of flavored butter made by mixing minced shallots into softened butter

    Example

    The steak is served with a side of shallot butter.

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Summary: shallot in Brief

A 'shallot' [หˆสƒรฆlษ™t] is a type of onion that is smaller than a normal onion and has a mild, sweet flavor. It is commonly used in French cuisine and can be found in recipes calling for finely chopped shallots, shallot vinegar, pickled shallots, and shallot butter.