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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 notwithoutsalt.com.)

http://zoomyummy.com/2011/09/17/oven-fried-onion-rings/

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