who has onion ring recipes
I've always been worried I wouldn't coat them right and it would fall off, lol! Good luck and if you try a recipe then I hope you let us know if it works ;)
Bump, I'd love a good onion ring recipe too =)
We bake ours. We cut a whole yellow or walla walla onion into rings , then dip them into whisked eggs (not scrambled) and either a cereal coating or bread crumbs. The cereal creates a chunkier crust on the ring.
I've never made them.
I usually buy the mix at the grocery store.
I only use the thick rings on the outer part of the onion. The rest of the onion, I chop up and store in the fridge. Use vidalia onions to get the most rings and the best tasting onion.
I use Fry Krisp batter mix. It's a dipping batter. Have a tray ready to put the raw dipped rings on. Once you dip them ... put them on the tray and let them dry for about 30 min. If the batter drips or runs off the onion, it's too thin. Don't worry ... you can add more dry mix (it only calls for mix & water) and re-dip the onion rings. If you want thicker crust, re-dip after they have dried and dry again before deep frying.
If you want your rings spicy or ranch etc, sprinkle with dry seasoning after frying. Buffalo rings are one of my favorite. I do like sea salt & black pepper too.
These are battered rather than bread crumb coating. They're addictive!
Batter-fried Onion Rings
1 cup flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
6 large onions, peeled and sliced 1/4 inch thick
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon sugar
1 egg, well beaten
1 tablespoon melted shortening
vegetable oil (for frying)
I like the greasy beer battered ones at restaurants so i never attempt to make it at home
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