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And butter isn't necessary unhealthy. You NEED fat in your diet to absorb a lot of vitamins and minerals.
What is the advantage of "studding" the onion over just adding an onion, cloves, and a bay leaf to a sauce? Why boast that the onion doesn't add fat or calories to the recipe of BUTTER and FLOUR? How about developing a sauce that is healthy and tasty instead?
Milk, butter and flour for the white sauce doesn't sound all that healthy to me.
What sort of bay leaf? A fresh one? Those dry bay leaves crumble and break. If I try to stick a clove through a bay leaf it will just make a mess.
The English use this when they make Bread Sauce for Christmas Dinners
I'd like to see a recipe using the end product of this studded onion video!
Great idea! Love onions!
WOW!! Great I will have to try it!!
Hmm.. Maybe I'll try this.
let me get this straight, you are adding this to a white sauce with butter and flour? And you are worried about adding calories or fat? hmm. Could you come up with a healthier white sauce?
I'll try it.
How about that! (Wish my kitchen looked that clean-ha,ha)
How long does it need to be in the liquid?
Wow that was easy and sounds great. Thanks
Simple and flavorful
Sounds interesting ... I'm all for adding flavor without adding fat.
I will try this and no calories!!
I am willing to try it!
Sounds yummy have to try. And it also seems easy to do.