Beer Battered Onion Rings. by Angie McGowan on April 27, 2012. This past weekend had a wonderful time at the beach with family.
Fry the battered onion rings, working in batches, until browned, about 5 minutes. Transfer fried onion rings to a paper towel-lined plate using a slotted spoon.
Dip 5 onion rings in batter, letting excess drip off. Add onion rings to pan; cook for 2 minutes on each side or until golden.
Including onion ring batter. So, to get the onions to quit washing the batter off themselves, you need to SLIGHTLY dehydrate them, so that rather than weeping and knocking the batter off they will be thirsty and suck the batter to themselves trying to draw in moisture. The cool…and simple…way to...
Beer Batter Onion Rings. February 27, 2014 by lyuba 31 Comments. It’s time to share some recipes that are good to serve on St. Patrick’s Day.
I love onion rings with simple tomato ketchup or mayonnaise. Freshly fried breaded onion rings are so delicious. See?
Then a simple batter is whisked together, the onion rings are dipped, fried and drained! It’s an incredibly simple process and the result is infinitely better than any take-out onion rings I’ve eaten.
This simple and good snack can be done for 20 minutes, and you can treat the whole company and spend minimum of resources.
Dip onion rings a few at a time in batter and fry in 1 3/4 inch of heated oil in large frying pan or deep fryer.
Surprisingly, batter can be made from a few simple ingredients that most people have in their home pantry. It is very easy to make and can be mixed up in seconds. While it takes just minutes to make onion rings and puff batter at home...