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Pearl Onions

The easiest way to peel them is to put them in a bowl and pour boiling water over them, let them sit for 2 minutes, drain and cool in cold water. Trim the root ends and slip the skins off.         

Or place in a basket and lower into boiling water for 1 minute - lift out lower into cold water to cool them. Trim the root ends and slip the skins off.
 

 

 

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