A question about a recipe: Tuscan Onion Confit

This looks great but I want to make it for some who can't eat pine or other nuts. Any substitute idea? Would it work as well without them? Thanks.

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Recipe question for: Tuscan Onion Confit

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Merrill Stubbs
Merrill Stubbs December 6, 2011

It would be just fine without the nuts!

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Stan Harrison
Stan Harrison December 6, 2011

Thank you! I thought the same but I'm happy you feel the same.
I LOVE this app and site!

lloreen
lloreen December 6, 2011

I forgot to buy pine nuts and had to add them at the last minute. It tasted great without the nuts too. Maybe just add extra raisins or other dried fruits. I used dried cranberries, which have a bit more of a bite. It was hands-down the favorite dish at Thanksgiving and I gave the recipe to several people.

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Stan Harrison
Stan Harrison December 6, 2011

Cranberries. Great idea! Thank you!

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Stan Harrison December 6, 2011

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boulangere
boulangere December 6, 2011

I'm allergic to nuts, and I'd make this in a heartbeat without them.

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Jassy
Jassy February 20, 2012

I think sunflower seeds are a good replacement for pine nuts.

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