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Oven-Fried Onion Rings

Oven-Fried Onion Rings
Onion rings, anyone? And what about some oven-fried ones? Oh, you need to know some more about them to be able to decide. Alrighty, I’ll be glad to tell you. These onion rings are crunchy, flavorful and very delicious. The tempting potato chips coating, full of spicy flavor, is a nice contrast to the tender and sweet onions. So, what do you think now? Are you with me? If so, here’s the stairway to heaven…no, no… I meant – here’s the step-by-step recipe… This is what we need. 1. 2. 3. Whisk until a smooth batter is formed. 4. 5. Just like this. 6. 7. 8. Let the excess batter dribble off a little. 9. 10. Since you will probably have more rings than you can fit in one baking sheet you might need to work in batches. 11. 12. I’ve used a lovely yogurt herb one. Crunchy around, soft and sweet in the middle. Enjoy, dear friends. Love, Petra (This recipe was adapted from Related:  Onions

Caramelized Kohlrabi Chips : eat in my kitchen After I stared at this stunning vegetable, a glowing purple kohlrabi, for about five minutes, I could see them right in front of my eyes: sweet, caramelized kohlrabi chips! Thin and sticky with crispy edges! Normally I buy green kohlrabi as that’s what I find at the market most of the time and to be honest, there isn’t really a difference in taste, but the deep colour, somewhere between red, blue and the faded green of the leaves makes me grab this one whenever I see it. As soon as it’s cut and sliced there isn’t much left of its outstanding beauty but that doesn’t matter, the taste makes up for it. Caramelized Kohlrabi Chips For a sweet nibble for 2 you need kohlrabi, peeled and thinly sliced with a cheese or vegetable slicer, 160g / 5.5 ounces butter 1 1/2 tablespoons sugar 1 tablespoon In a large heavy pan, melt the butter and sugar on a medium-high heat, add the vegetables and spread them flat next to each other. Like this: Like Loading...

bella eats - sharing food + photography from charlottesville va We have a special category for certain types of meals in our house: BHubb meals. As in, 'that's a BHubb dinner', which tranlates to 'that's the kind of dish that makes Brian, aka BHubb, a happy man'. Typically a BHubb meal is rich and heavy, and most often has some sort of pork product involved. Examples of BHubb meals from the past include Slow-Cooked Carnitas, Pappardelle with Spicy Pork Ragu, and Bacon Garlic Marinara with Homemade Meatballs. I knew going in that this Orecchiette Carbonara would get such a nod. This is a dish that I feel certain will make a frequent appearance at our table.

Quickest French Onion Soup Recipe Quick French Onion Soup Recipe This is the quickest french onion soup. It’s ready in under 15 minutes but is as decadent and delicious as the original. Back when I was a kid I loved French Onion Soup. But if you’d told me that it was made mostly out of onions, I wouldn’t have believed you. Nowadays I understand how it’s possible that the kid-despised vegetable can lead to such beautiful flavors. Pin this quick and DELICIOUS recipe! This French Onion Soup is ready in under 15 minutes, like all of my SOUPin15 recipes. As with all of the SOUPin15 recipes, this one comes with a SouperTip for making soups delicious in a short amount of time. You won’t be able to taste the wine in the soup. And now, here’s my Quick French Onion Soup recipe: Ingredients: 4 Tbsp. unsalted butter3 large sweet onions, divided1 and 1/2 tsp. brown sugar, dividedsaltcoarse black pepper6 cups low or no-sodium beef broth3 sprigs fresh thymebaguette or other white bread5 oz. Directions: Who loves cheese??? Leave a Comment

How to Make Cheese Straws Without a Recipe Here at Food52, we love recipes—but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often. Today: Melina Hammer from Licking the Plate shows us how to make cheese straws worthy of the title "The Ultimate Finger Food." First, a disclosure: Being ignorant to the fact that cheese straws are originally Southern (by way of England!) Cheese straws are a lovely marriage of snacks of two opposing varieties: the most sophisticated—puff pastry (fancy, right?) The last point is perhaps the most important: As you season, fold, and twist, the dough can become flabby, and that makes it a lot harder to work with it without distortion. With those tips in mind, you're ready to make cheese straws: 1. It's important to use high-quality ingredients: Choose a good store-bought puff pastry (unless you’re in to making your own). 2. Then mix the cheese with the seasonings of your choice. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Guacamummus or Hummamole (Avocado Hummus) Recipe So…what’s a girl to do when gorgeous, big, ripe avocados are on sale during “Hip Hip for Hummus Week”? Make guacamumus! Or hummamole! (Or if you really want to be boring – avocado hummus.) :) Whatever you want to call it, this fantastic marriage of my two favorite dips — hummus and guacamole — is definitely a winner. I went for a good blend of my two favorite recipes, but depending on what ingredients you have around, feel free to play around with the recipe. Hooray for dips that are fun to say, and to eat! You’ll love this Guacamummus or Hummamole (Avocado Hummus) Recipe! Ingredients: 1 avocado, peeled and pitted1 (15 oz.) can of chickpeas, drained1/2 cup fresh cilantro, chopped1/4 cup chopped red onion3 cloves garlic, peeled and smashed2 Tbsp. tahini (optional)1 Tbsp. olive oil1 lime, juiced1 tsp. cumin1/4 tsp. salt (more or less to taste) Directions: Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. All images and text ©Gimme Some Oven Ali’s Tip:

Our 10 best onion recipes | Life and style Sausage-stuffed onions Stuffed veg is always a winner, the savoury filling seeping into its slow‑cooked casing to create melting parcels of myriad flavours. Sausage and onion are a particularly combo in terms of texture and taste. Serves 44 medium red onions (about 225g each), peeled, stem-ends trimmed, root-ends trimmed but intact3 tbsp extra virgin olive oilFlaky sea salt300ml water1 head garlic, outer layers removed to expose the clovesA small handful of thyme sprigs, plus 1 tsp leaves125g sausage meat225ml double cream 1 Preheat the oven to 200C/400F/gas mark 6. 2 Carefully lift the onions on to a cutting board, leaving the liquid in the pot. 3 Squeeze the soft flesh of the garlic cloves into the casserole, and add the thyme leaves, cream, the remaining 225ml water and 1 tsp salt. 4 Return the casserole to the oven for about 40 minutes, uncovered until the sauce is thick, but not gloopy. April Bloomfield, A Girl and Her Pig (Canongate) Chicken salad with onion pickle Onion fritters

Crispy Baked Onion Rings. - Sallys Baking Addiction This is how I make onion rings in the oven, not the frier. They are crispy on the outside, tender on the inside without getting soggy. Like most of us, I made a resolution to keep January on the healthy side. To me that means not saying “no” to any food, but rather watching my portions. Other resolutions? One thing on my planner this month is onion rings. Have I ever told you about my love for onion rings before? True story: my sister almost bought me an “I put ketchup on my ketchup” t-shirt. I’m pretty sure we all can agree that onions taste so much better when they’re battered, fried, and dunked in ketchup. Don’t believe me? I’ve often wondered why onion rings cost more than French fries, but after making these at home, I can now appreciate the work that goes into making the perfect batch! Fried or not, there are a few things you must know ahead of time before making onion rings. Onion rings are so easy to make a little lighter. There are a lot of step-by-step photos for you today.

Soul Warming Butternut Squash Soup for #SundaySupper (gluten free) — Cupcakes & Kale Chips The #SundaySupper Group is amazing! Isabel, aka Family Foodie, our fearless leader, is often asking us for theme suggestions. When it was suggested to do a #SundaySupper to help get the word out about relief efforts for Hurricane Sandy victims, the crew jumped in. As a Jersey girl to the core (minus the big hair), this really touched my heart. Although my family and friends got through the storm safely, with only minimal losses (other than a loss of power, some for up to a week and a half), many of the places that I know and love have been devastated. At my house, we had a few small branches in the yard, and only lost power for about 40 hours. There is actually a story as to why I chose this soup as my recipe for this Sunday Supper. By the next morning, we were hearing reports of it potentially taking days or weeks to get power back. I ATE THE SOUP! 24 hours later, the lights came back on. The first time I made it, I used chicken broth, and the second time, I used veggie broth. Enjoy!