wild salmon with agridolce blueberries
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sliced onion should work and maybe a tiny bit of garlic.
pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.
I'd go with chopped or thinly sliced red onion. The flavors are similar.
That was a great recipe from Melissa Clark in NYT this morning, wasn't it? Enjoy it! I also usually substitute red onion if I don't have shallot, and if I don't have red onion, I use white or yellow onion.
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Scallions/green onions would work in a pinch, too.
The white part of Scallions or sweet onions
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