I picked the remainder of my onions from the garden. I have been using them here and there all summer. The tops were dead and we have gotten so much rain that the onions were all pretty much pushed up out of the ground. But what do you do with 22 onions? Well, I kept some of them to use over the next couple weeks. The rest I froze.
Freezing onions is simple, no need to blanch just wash the onions off and peal off the outer layer. Then just slice into small cubes or whatever size you like. These can be stored in ziplocks in the freezer for 3-6 months. Make sure to date your bags so you use them up before expiration.
These will be great in soups, chili, meat mixtures, stir fry etc.