Grown In Australia
Brown onions are the most commonly used variety of onion. They are prized for their deep, pungent flavour, strong aroma and versatility. Though named for the thin, brown papery skin on the outside, the onion is white to off-white in colour on the inside. Once the skin is removed, the brown onion can be sliced, chopped or minced and cooked in a variety of ways. They can be baked, barbecued, boiled, fried, sautéed or added to any number of recipes where onion flavour is desired.