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Are aux oignons vegan?

Aux oignons is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aux oignons?

"Aux oignons" is a French term used to describe a savory dish that is typically cooked with onions. This ingredient adds a delightful flavor and aroma to any dish, from soups and stews to omelets and quiches. The onions are usually sautéed in oil or butter until they become soft and translucent, releasing their natural sweetness and earthy notes. The resulting dish has a rich and savory flavor profile, making it a popular choice for meat dishes and vegetarian meals alike. Incorporating "aux oignons" into your cooking is an easy way to add depth and complexity to your dishes, creating a memorable dining experience for all.

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