Vietnam Fried Shallot Flakes ( Fried Small Onion Slices)

General Information

Fried shallots (fried small onion) may be unfamiliar to some countries around the world. But for Southeast Asian countries, shallots are an important ingredient in every family’s kitchen. They are called for in almost majority of Vietnam recipes if I can put it that way. They are used for stir-fry, stew, deep-fried as toppings, and also eaten raw too. It’s one of my favorite ingredient to cook with as well. We call shallots as “củ Hành Ta” in Vietnam. The Southeast Asian version of shallots are much more smaller in size and more intense in color, purplish. The European version of shallots are longer and bigger and more pale in color.

Fried shallots crisp is available here in the Asian grocery store too. Fried shallots crisp is a highly popular topping on dishes like noodles, curry, rice, salad, etc.

Making your own fried shallots aren’t too terribly complicated. Some work like slicing the shallots is required and that also means some tears. Maybe putting on the onion goggles will help. The shallots are usually thinly sliced and then soaked in the water and then let them air dried. This method will ensure you consistently get a crispy shallots.

Asia Pacific Commercial & Production Co., Ltd (APACO) was established in 2012 in Vietnam. Clean and meticulous process to produce fragrant, crispy, and naturally beautiful fried shallots and extremely safe for health.

Crispy Fried Shallots From APACO Vietnam

Specification Fried Small Onion (Shallot) Flakes

Ingredient: Fresh Small Onion (Shallot), Palm oil

The bottle of fried shallots is made from fresh Vietnamese shallots
Vietnam fried shallots.
Flakes of pure shallots are placed on banana leaf
Flakes of pure shallots are placed on banana leaf
Product nameFried Shallot Flakes
Brand nameAPACO
CertificatesCOA, CO follow each shipment
Shelf Life18 months
ColorGolden yellow
IngredientsFresh Shallots, Wheat flour, palm oil
Main MarketsIndonesia, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, USA
Acid Insoluble Ash<0,3%
Heavy metalsAbsent
Allicin: > 0,5%
SO2: <50 ppm
Coliforms (CFU / g)<10
Escherichia coli (/ g)Negative
Salmonella (/ 25g)Not detected
Staphylococcus aureus (/ g)Not detected
 Total yeast and mold count (CFU / g)7.0×103
Total Aerobic Organisms (CFU / g)8.0×10 2
MOQFull container
Payment terms100% LC at signed or TT 30% in advance and 70% after receiving copy of B/L by email or fax
Price termsFOB, CFR, CIF
Delivery Date
In 10-15 Days after prepayment confirmed
High quality fried shallots


The delicacies served with fried onions (indispensable) in Vietnam.

Vietnam fried shallots
1. Xoi Xeo2. Savory Rolled Cakes
Particularly for Xoi, Xoi Hanoi has many types, many places for sale, and also many delicious places. Xoi crept around the streets from the spacious, beautiful, luxurious shop, to the ones located on the sidewalk, or street vendors walking all around the streets alley to sell for sale in the morning and evening. The cold days have come to Hanoi, nothing like waking up early, going to buy a package of hot Xoi Xeo, Xoi’s warmth like dispelling the cold of winter in Hanoi makes people feel heartwarming. Xoi Xeo has a yellow color of turmeric, which is very flexible and fragrant because it is made from sticky rice ( Gao Nep Cai Hoa Vang of Vietnam ). Served with cooked green beans, with salty pork floss indispensable a little onion oil and Crispy fried onion fragrant sprinkled on Xoi. A perfect and familiar breakfast for any Hanoian before going to work or school.Banh cuon ( rolling steamed cake ) – one of traditional cake make from Vietnamese rice powder, has its own attractive feature, from the appearance to the special taste. Although Vietnamese people often eat Banh Cuon in the morning as light breakfast, nowadays, it can be served at noon or night in many restaurants in Hanoi. The recipe is simple, but the art of cooking Banh Cuon is really a challenge for those who want to do it yourself at home. Banh Cuon is made from a thin, wide sheet of steamed fermented rice batter filled with a mixture of cooked dry minced pork, Moc Nhi ( minced wood ear mushroom ), and La He ( minced shallots ). It’s often served with Cha Lua ( Vietnamese pork sausage ) and dipping fish sauce called Nuoc Cham. You can drop an essence of Ca Cuong ( belostomatid ) to make the dish more perfect.
Vietnamese Xoi Xeo and Banh Cuon dishes

Packing & Delivery


  1. 500 gr/ plastic jar, packaging 24 plastic jars/ carton (12kg/ carton)
  2. Packing according to buyers’ requirements
APACO's warehouse
APACO’s warehouse
Packing in carton 12kg


  1. Post: Cat Lai
  2. Time delivery:
    1. EMS: Around 10-15 working days
    2. DHL: Around 3-5 working days
    3. FEDEX: Around 4-6 working days
    4. TNT: Around 6-8working days
    5. By air: Around 5-7working days
    6. By sea: Around 15-30working days


Test results of indicators: heavy metals, microorganisms, yeasts, molds,…

Test results of Ethylene Oxide

Contact Info

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Asia Pacific Commercial & Production Co., LTD

Address: 352 Truong Sa, Ward 2. Phu Nhuan District, Hochiminh City, Vietnam

Tel : +84 978843562 ( Ms. Sam )

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