Shallots are deliciously sweet, and are great eaten raw added to salads, or as a flavouring in many cooked dishes. Shallots have excellent storage properties, and if kept in a cool and dry environment, should remain in good condition right through the winter.
Shallots are grown in a similar way to onions. They are typically planted as sets, or immature shallots, in early spring to provide a harvest from June onwards.
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