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scallion

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, Plants
scallionscal‧lion /ˈskæljən/ noun [countable] American English 🔊 🔊 DFHBPa type of young onion with a small round end and a long green stem syn spring onion British English
Examples from the Corpus
scallionAdd scallions and cook another minute.Mix minced garlic, scallions and salt together in a small bowl.He went to his death proudly, defiantly, For the Communists, like scallions, could not all be felled.But the cakes are highly seasoned, tasting more of scallions, poblano peppers and cilantro than crab.To the Alfredo sauce, add the scallions, chopped green olives and taco seasoning mix.Return the seafood to the wok and then add the scallions and snow peas.Add the scallions together with a couple of tablespoons of the broth and simmer, covered, until tender.Oxtail soup, she made him, steamed fish with scallions.
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