Top Rated Shallot Recipes

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Etrusca's light and flavorful salad combines seasonal greens with a roast shallot-infused vinaigrette. This salad makes for a winning accompaniment to any meal. 
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Chile crisp chicken with shallots and green beans
Prepare for an umami-packed punch when you sit down to enjoy this chile-crusted chicken served over a bed of noodles or rice with shallots and green beans.This recipe is by JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Grilled Shrimp with Cilantro-Chili Sauce
The easiest way to make simple grilled shrimp even more flavorful in a matter of minutes? Make a dipping sauce — this one has a nice blend of bright cilantro, spicy chili pepper, and tart lime juice.
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4.5
This is one of my favorite recipes for roasting a big, plump turkey. As the name implies, it’s always a winner. The secret to its success is twofold. First, an herb butter is patted under the skin over the breast area, ensuring that this part of the turkey, which cooks the quickest, stays moist. Then, during the roasting process, the turkey is basted frequently with broth and pan juices to keep it from drying out. Shallots are roasted along with the bird, and then incorporated into the delectable pan gravy.
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4.25
Potato Pizza with Shallots and Mushrooms
As a potato addict, I find a way to incorporate them into nearly everything I make. Pizza is no exception. This easy-to-make pie is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, especially for those who love shallots. The rosemary makes your kitchen smell fantastic, and the mushrooms keep it from being too boring. This satisfying pizza is perfect for game night or any impromptu get-together. Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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Mushroom Pizza with Gouda, Shallot, and Basil
Yes, pizza sauce is indeed a real product. Some may scream "Sellout!" while others may exclaim "Genius!" — the former perhaps a passionate home cook who insists on doing everything from scratch, no matter how long it takes, and the other a casual cook with more of a laissez-faire approach to the kitchen. While it's probably an exaggeration to say that any home cook fits either one of these archetypes 100 percent of the time, it's safe to say that for most people, the answer is "It depends." What are you in the mood for? I was in the mood for the cheater's way out the night I made this, I confess. And having never evaluated this particular product before, I was curious to see just how it would taste. To be honest, it really wasn't that bad. Perhaps a bit salty, but nothing heinous. And if you don't want to use ready-made pizza sauce, go ahead and use your favorite homemade recipe. See all mushroom recipes. Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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Ginger lime salmon
Salmon has become so prolific that it can often feel like a boring old staple. This recipe adds a lot of zing without too much work. It's great for a weekday meal or as the centerpiece of a dinner party. Click here to see The New and Improved Farm-Raised Salmon story. Click here for the 10 Seafood Recipes You Can Make in Less Than 15 Minutes 
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3.666665
Quiche
A rich, deeply flavored quiche, which you’ll always want just one more slice of.This recipe is courtesy of Girl Versus Dough.
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Creamy Onion, Leek, and Shallot Bisque
This is a soup for onion lovers. Caramelized onions, leeks, and shallots (or only onions if you prefer) are puréed with chicken stock and then combined with sherry, sautéed onion, and a splash of cream at the end. What makes it so delicious are the fried leeks—and the Gruyère crostini, a contemporary interpretation of the typical (and often too heavy) cheese topping on many onion soups. Pass any extras at the table. They’re yummy! — Soups for Two by Joanna Pruess Click Here for More Soup Recipes
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3.333335
Mini Quiches with Chives, Shallots, & Turkey Bacon
This recipe is great for meal prepping. Recipe courtesy of Eggland's Best.
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3.166665
Sautéed Sugar Snap Peas with Lemon and Shallots
Inspired by a brilliantly simple Todd English broccoli recipe, this dish adds lemon peel and shallots for a bright, colorful side dish. Click here to see Eat Your Legumes — They're Good for You.
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Ginger-Soy Noodles
Sometimes you have a craving that just won’t go away. Mine is usually for noodles. Chow fun, lo mein, pad thai — I love them all. This recipe is cheap, fast, and totally satisfying. The ginger provides the flavor, and the spinach keeps it healthy. To be honest, these noodles make me wonder why I ever order in, as they take the same amount of time to make as delivery from my local Chinese joint. With this recipe, you'll get enough to feed a small army, or just two really hungry folks. Click here to see 5 Slurptastic Noodle Recipes.
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