Freeze chopped onions: You can then just pull out a bag of chopped onions and use them in recipes whenever they call for chopped onion. Doing them in bulk like this saves a lot of time and effort–and tears
HOW TO FREEZE ONIONSSimply peel, and chop as you normally would (I personally love using a food processor), and then portion into freezer bags. (Refer to Tricia’s handy sliced and diced post for help on portioning.) Next time you need chopped onions, grab a bag from the freezer, thaw, and add to your normal recipe.
You might be surprised at all the different foods you can freeze. Here's a list of 30+ foods you can freeze, along with some tips for each one. Save money and time by maximizing the use of your freezer!