Pearl Onions/Silver-Skin Onions
The pearl onion also known as button, baby or silverskin onions. It is a close relative of the leek, and may be distinguished from common onions by having only a single storage leaf, similar to cloves of garlic. In French they are known as oignon grelot. One English-speaking reference also mentions the term petit poireau antillais.
Because of its uniquely small size and a taste sweeter than that of a common onion, It has also been used in dishes ranging from mid-20th-century American casserole dishes such as succotash to sweetly flavored onion relishes in Indian cuisine. It can also be used in stews soups or sautéed (fried) with other vegetables. It can also be used in cocktails such as "martini standing".
Packing : 500Grams/packs