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Cooking Tips For Beginners_ How To Cut An Onion Fast Video

Have you ever wondered the proper (and fastest) way to cut an onion? This video will show you how! I spent hours in my kitchen and in culinary school learning the best way quickly dice an onion up... and hopefully right before you shed any tears! Tell me what you think in the comments!

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. My passion is creating simple, healthy recipes that can be enjoyed by the whole family.

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16 comments

  • Marie G

    Thanks so much for the onion cutting tips!! I love all your videos!! But I would have to say that I had to watch this one twice because the first time all I kept looking at was your gorgeous gold spikey bracelet!!! I could even concentrate on the onion cutting!! LOL!! Thanks again for the tips and I absolutely LOVE the jewels!! Haha

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  • Kirsten D

    I have always lopped off both ends then struggled to keep the pieces together. I'm SO glad you posted this.

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  • Sharon

    Neat tip to keep the stem end intact - I shall be even quicker now!

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    • Gary Sager

      I think you should have said the root end keeps it intake. You cut off the stem end in the video. Also if you put the onion in the refrigerator for 30 minutes before cutting, it helps to keep you from crying.

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  • Kristi

    I always cut off both ends & then struggle to not let the slices slide around as I chop them. Thanks so much for the video!

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  • Jessie Kanelos

    Thanks, Catherine! Will add this to my slicing/dicing repertoire! Were those anti-tear onion goggles?

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  • Kkeifling

    Thanks! This is tremendously helpful!

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  • Cassandra N

    Thank you so much for this!
    As a beginner I need all the help I can get in the kitchen, please keep those tips coming. Thanks again

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  • Makai

    Great video! I always wondered how a professional would do things like cut onions. Thanks!

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  • Alie

    Omg. Have loved and cooked for so long now. Watched the Julia Childs movie and how she spent hours and mountains of onions learning how to chop and resigned myself that as I would never have such patience I would never be able to dice like a pro. And here you have taught me in less than two minutes. THANK YOU!!!

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  • Kim

    Fantastic!!! Thank you! I actually tried the match (unlit) in my mouth tip that I got from the movie \"The Help\".... did not work!!! Sticking to Weelicious for all future cooking tips and strategies! ;)

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  • Julie

    I will have to try this at home next time, thanks! You crack me up!!

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  • Me

    What brand and model did you use to make the weelicious sweet potato biscuits?

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    • Catherine

      This is the food processor I use! http://astore.amazon.com/weelicious-20/detail/B001413A0Q

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  • Muhammad

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  • Icca Cardoso Coelho

    Maravilhoso.

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