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ISO Canned Fried Onion - Toronto

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cecilia Dec 15, 2008 06:36 PM

I am looking for the fried onion toppings for my green bean casserole. I could not find it at my local Loblaws. Has anyone seen it recently?

Preferred location: Downtown or west side (between High Park and Mississauga)

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  1. szmeterling RE: cecilia Dec 16, 2008 02:18 AM

    I would suggest you ask them at your Loblaws - I see them quite often at just about every grocery store I go to. I do not shop in your area, though.

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      warlock RE: cecilia Dec 16, 2008 03:33 AM

      Any East Indian /Pakistani Grocery store will have fried onions. Not sure the closest one in you area but Mississauga has tonnes of them

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        Mitzimouse RE: cecilia Dec 16, 2008 01:46 PM

        If you're talking about the traditional bean casserole, it's made with the French's fried onions. They're available everywhere -- I just bought 2 cans from No Frills for the same casserole I'm making for Christmas. Try them in a SHAVED roast beef sandwich on multigrain buttered bread with mayo and lots of the French's onion - eat immediately so they don't get soggy. Made for hubby one day who just LOVED it and couldn't figure out what the yumminess was all about.

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          cecilia RE: Mitzimouse Dec 16, 2008 03:13 PM

          Thanks Mitzimouse. Are they generally in the same aisle as the canned vegetables?

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            Mitzimouse RE: cecilia Jan 9, 2009 03:59 PM

            I think they were in the condiment aisle.

        2. JamieK RE: cecilia Dec 16, 2008 03:17 PM

          The French's fried onions come in pouches now too.
          http://www.frenchsfoodservice.com/

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