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Is oignon rissolé vegan?

Oignon rissolé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oignon rissolé?

Oignon rissolé, also known as caramelized onions, is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that is widely used in French cuisine. To create oignon rissolé, sliced onions are cooked slowly over low heat with a bit of oil or butter until they turn golden brown and take on a rich, sweet flavor. This process creates a soft and tender texture that is perfect for adding depth and complexity to dishes such as soups, stews, quiches, and sandwiches. The savory, umami flavor of oignon rissolé is a perfect complement to a wide range of ingredients, making it a popular ingredient in many different types of cuisine.

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