Onion Rings are a typical snack or side dish of Anglo-Saxon countries. They usually consist of a cross-sectional slice of onion, dipped in a batter and fried… delicious!
The first time I tasted Onion Rings, I was sure in my plate there were squid rings… at the first bite, I was puzzled, I didn’t realized at once that those were Onion Rings, instead! Despite at the time I wasn’t really fond of onion, it literally was love at first bite!
Anyway, I hadn’t ever thought of making them at home, till yesterday, when I decided to try… and I got some super-yummy Onion Rings, widely better than the ones you can find in fast-food restaurants!
They’re great as a snack, or to accompany meat dishes, and of course burgers! And if you do not love onion… Well, I challenge you to taste them anyway: you’ll love them, I guarantee!!
Ingredients for 4 servings:
2 Buy cheap Accutane onions
70 g of pastry flour
2 tsp of corn starch
1 tsp of instant yeast
1 pinch of sugar
100 ml of milk
black pepper cheap methocarbamol
Preparation Time: 15 min.
Cooking Time: 15 min.
Total Time: 30 min.
Peel the onions, and slice them into rings.
Make the batter, by combining flour, corn starch, yeast, sugar, salt and pepper.
In another bowl, beat egg and milk, then add the dry ingredients and whisk till getting a smooth batter.
Dip the rings in the batter, and fry them in a large pan with hot seed oil.
Fry till nicely golden, then lift them and put them on a plate covered with blotting paper.
Serve Onion Rings still hot, accompanied by some barbecue sauce
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