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"These were delicious! I definitely think there was a typo for the salt so since everything was 1 1/2 tsp I did the same for the salt. I used panko and regular bread crumbs to see which was better. I liked the regular bread crumbs a lot better and I used my deep fryer."- Ange325
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Remove onions from water, shaking off any excess. In small container, combine seasoning ingredients and mix well. Mix some seasoning salt mixture with some flour. Place rings into the flour and coat evenly. In small bowl, combine 3 egg whites with 1/2 cup milk and mix thoroughly. Place flouring rings into egg wash and coat well. Remove from egg wash and place into bread crumbs to coat evenly. Shake off excess.
Heat vegetable oil to 350?. Place onion rings in a fry basket and fry in hot oil for 3 minutes or until golden and fully cooked. Remove from oil & drain well. Serve immediately.
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Knelson82 1 month agoWe used crushed club crackers instead of bread crumbs, otherwise we followed the recipe. This was my first time making homemade onion rings and they turned out pretty well. Make sure the oil stays nice and hot
Maw1062 1 month agoI was reading this recipe and am very confused. How did the Onion get in the water and when did it get cut. Where was the Milk on the ingredients list. If I did not cook, I could not make this dish. The way It reads you pull Onions out of water and coat them in flour, egg, and crumbs then fry them. As a whole Onion. When did you cut them into rings?
Antounz 3 months agoGreat recipe. Little typo on the salt but if you added 1/2 cup salt then you are to blame. Little logic never hurt. Bravo
Sasquatch16 4 months agoThis is the best onion ring receipt ever. We have a sonic near us and this is exactly how they make them. Had a fish fry one weekend and made these and nobody touched the French frys.
maryamjamalimary 4 months agoReally good
babygirlnugent 8 months ago
alyssa2010 9 months ago
Ange325 10 months agoThese were delicious! I definitely think there was a typo for the salt so since everything was 1 1/2 tsp I did the same for the salt. I used panko and regular bread crumbs to see which was better. I liked the regular bread crumbs a lot better and I used my deep fryer.
MissCongeniality 1 year ago
idydell 1 year agoPanko made the difference. I used season salt.
Countryhermit 1 year agoHow much salt????????
Lou_1972 1 year agothese would hv been ok but the saltiness was so extreme that it was nauseating and we threw them all away.. awful!!!!
briannamommy 1 year ago
mariabernadettesanchez 1 year agoThere's definitely a typo! Made it with the exact measurements and was soooo salty!!! So I mixed in more flour. Next time I'm just going to use 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt.
Naowshaba1026 1 year agoIt was delicious however a half cup of salt is ridiculous after I used seasoned bread crumbs. There should've been a note to say that regular breadcrumbs should be used. It was so freaking salty!
DLShaw 1 year agoI used Italian seasoned bread crumbs to make this recipe. They are easy and delicious. Thank you
Biancamata 1 year agoMade these for my husband, the Most picky eater in the world and he said that they were the best onion rings he's ever had! A first!
Zainalmousa 2 years agoIt delicious and easy I like I want every body to try it it's so crunchy and its the perfect side dish
Sky1983 2 years agoGive these a try! Very good ! It seems as though the salt mix is for after the are done and fresh out of grease;) so I didn't try and dip in salt mix ;) very easy and stayed crispy for a long time. Thanks