Onion ring batter can be made plain or seasoned, depending on your own preferences or the meal style.
The simplest type of onion ring batter can be made from flour, an egg, baking powder and a little milk. Once the ingredients are combined into a smooth batter, each onion ring can be dipped, allowed to drain for a moment to remove any excess batter...
I dredged the rings in flour, then egg wash, then flour again.
My entire family will eat these onion rings and they are so simple. I cannot fix them without making a bit of a mess, but cleaning up is such a small price to pay. I add a little extra fresh cracked pepper in the flour for just a little more flavor in the batter.
I love onion rings with simple tomato ketchup or mayonnaise. Freshly fried breaded onion rings are so delicious.
I used a simple beer batter made from Blue Moon Agave Pale Ale. It’s a beer that we recently tried, and although I love Blue Moon I really didn’t care for this particular brew, but it makes one terrific beer batter.
Beer Batter Onion Rings. The Midnight Baker. sweet onion, ale, oil, flour, seasoning salt and buttermilk.
By using the simple mnemonic device "1 batter", you can whip up a beer batter at anytime.
These onion rings are double dipped in a batter that is seasoned to perfection.
Homemade beer battered onion rings 12 oz beer 2 CUPS flour 2 tsp paprika 1 tsp DILL weed 1 tsp garlic powder 2 tsp salt 1/2 tsp black