You could use green onions or onion powder.
yes, but i would prefer to use fresh onions so the turkey has a more vibrant flavor to it
1 to 2 tablespoons. or 3-6 teaspoons. onion dehydrates quite a bit. 2 tablespoons dehydrated onion = about 1 medium sized onion. Onion powder takes about half that space so 1 tablespoon powder = about 1 medium onion. 2 medium onions (more or less) makes 1 cup of diced onion, so 2 tablespoons of powder should equal about the same in a recipe, however the flavor of onion powder, depending on how fresh it is can be stronger than that of fresh onion in a cooked recipe, mainly because it is more evenly dispersed, so you might want to use less. **Rehydrating dehydrated minced onion will not yield the original volume of the onion but only about 1/4 of it.
You can use minced cabbage or Cauliflower stems ( the portion that comes after florets and before leaves)
Yes, 1 tsp onion powder = 1 med chopped onion
Yes...of course.... the main idea is to get that onion into that dish. The main difference would be the absence of dehydrated onions re-hydrated...small chunks the size of large glitter
It can be left out or you can use garlic powder.
You can use An onion as 1/3 cup of chopped onion equals 1 teaspoon of onion powder. Also, onion flakes can be used as 1 tablespoon of dried onion flakes = 1 teaspoon of onion powder.
Onion salt tastes like "salty onion". Onion powder just tastes like "onion". I use both onion and garlic powder a lot, but have never used either onion salt or garlic salt, so I can use salt independently (control the amount).
you can use any type of onion.
one tablespoon= one medium onion