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"This recipe is excellent for onion rings...it's the perfect thickness! I did not follow the directions for the seasonings though, instead I added some: seasoned salt, onion powder, garlic powder, creole seasoning, sugar, cinnamon, Worcestershire, and a very little bit of nutmeg. They turned out great and my family said they were even better than Hardee's beer battered onion rings!"- Larawaya
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MIX THE FLOUR, SALT, PEPPER, oil and yolks together. Gradually whisk in the beer. Refrigerate the batter 3 1/2 hours to rest before using. Slice onions, and dip them in the batter. Deep-fry in 375F oil until golden brown. This batter also works well on other vegetables besides onion rings--and its great on fish, too.
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Dmakely 7 months agoI followed the recipe, a few changes, only had wheat flour and added whole eggs and breaded zucchini. Tasted just like breaded tomaoes. Awesome!!!!!
carleebee 8 months ago
douggefresh 1 year agoThis is a very good recipe!!but i choose 2 use yellow onions the second time around and they had a better taste
twisted1331 1 year ago
Larawaya 1 year agoThis recipe is excellent for onion rings...it's the perfect thickness! I did not follow the directions for the seasonings though, instead I added some: seasoned salt, onion powder, garlic powder, creole seasoning, sugar, cinnamon, Worcestershire, and a very little bit of nutmeg. They turned out great and my family said they were even better than Hardee's beer battered onion rings!
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melegan 1 year agoExcellent recipe for onion rings, absolutely delicious. I used it for snapper, the batter was too thick and didn't complement the fish. Will definitely use again for the onion rings.
Lizzymk06 2 years agoI love this recipe! Gotta love Onion Rings! :)
Dvalenzaxx 3 years agoI used it the recipe on chicken wings and the batter fell off while frying them. I'll try again sometime soon. It smelled good tho.
Bpeterson79 3 years agoVery happy with recipe used it on squash.
sgrishka 4 years agoA great recipe. Very simple and basic, however it does take a bit of time and is a little messy to make, but well worth it every once in a while since they're so good! The onion rings turned out light, crispy, delicious, and very addictive! The only things we did different was to cover the sliced onions with ice water and let soak for two hours while the batter rested. We then dried the onion rings thoroughly, dust them with additional flour, shaking off any excess, prior to coating them with the batter. I prefer using Vidalias or Walla Walla Sweets but any onion will do, as the ice water treatment makes strong onions milder and sweeter. The dusting of flour helps the batter to adhere. We served these with ice cold beer and a Sriracha Mayonnaise Dipping Sauce made by combining 2 cups mayonnaise, 1/2 cup Sriracha sauce, 2 Tbsp. condensed milk, and 1 tsp. sea salt.