Walla Walla onions are named after the county in southeastern Washington state in which they were first cultivated. Walla Walla onions are medium to large in size and are globular to somewhat squat in shape with rounded ends. The bulb is encased in a papery, parchment-like skin that is yellow to light brown, flaky, and dry. Underneath the brittle exterior, the white, almost translucent flesh is firm, crunchy, and juicy with many thin layers of white rings. Walla Walla onions are prized for their consistently sweet and mild flavour when raw, and due to their high sugar and water content, they develop a deep, sweet, and warm flavour profile when cooked.
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