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sp11 11-10-2015 12:04 PM

Onion Rings!
Hello all!

my name is spiro and this my first post

I made a video on how to make onion rings..
and it turned out really good!

All you need is:

Onion rings
cayenne and black pepper
1 cup water
baking soda
1 cup flour
Panko bread crumbs

And that's it you're good to go..

you know.. who doesn't love onion rings.. i mean we all eat it at restaurants but sometimes its just too expensive..
so here i show you how to make them with fairly cheap ingredients and believe me you wont regret making them because it tastes like the taste we all know ( restaurants ) and even better.. try them and see for yourself..
kids love it.. adults love it.. teens love it..

so i just wanted to share this with you..


This is the link to the video if you want more explanation and exact method

I Hope You Enjoy Eating It As I Did :)

CharlieD 11-10-2015 01:37 PM

Nice, thank you.

Addie 11-10-2015 01:41 PM

Welcome to DC. Do stick around. This is a fun place to be.

I never told my kids that onions were a veggie. Or they wouldn't dream of eating fried onion rings. Thanks for the recipe. :angel:

Souschef 11-10-2015 03:34 PM

toda raba

Jix 11-11-2015 04:41 AM


Originally Posted by Souschef (Post 1443408)
toda raba

What does that mean?

CharlieD 11-11-2015 07:35 AM

Means thank you very much

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GA Home Cook 11-11-2015 09:51 AM


Need to know how much corn starch, cayenne, and baking soda?

Janet H 11-11-2015 02:06 PM

Here is my tried and true method for making onion rings:

1 egg beaten
1/2 C Buttermilk
1/2 C cornmeal
1/2 C flour
salt, cayenne, black pepper
Sliced onions

Mix the egg with the buttermilk
mix up the flour, cornmeal and seasonings

Slice and separate onions and heat oil. Dip onion ring in wet mix and then in dry. Fry.

Perfect every time and this is a nice coating. Not too heavy but not to light. the corn adds good flavor.

Higger 11-12-2015 12:02 PM

What kind of onion do you guys use? Does it matter?

Janet H 11-12-2015 12:07 PM


Originally Posted by Higger (Post 1443591)
What kind of onion do you guys use? Does it matter?

Yes - I think it matters. I usually use walla walla sweets. They have a smoother flavor profile and higher moisture content. They get soft quickly when cooked which, in an onion ring is a good thing.

Yellow onions are ok as well (not my first choice however). White onions and red onions are too crisp and for whites especially, the flavor is pretty sharp.

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