Posted by on Aug 24, 2019 in Appetizers | 33 comments

Crisp Fried BEER – BATTERED ONION RINGS – How to make ONION RINGS Recipe

Crisp Fried BEER – BATTERED ONION RINGS – How to make ONION RINGS Recipe

Lip Lickin' BEER-BATTERED ONION RINGS at their BEST!! Rings of sweet Georgia's Vidalia Onions dipped into a light beer batter then fried until crisp & golden. Click on "Show more" below for recipe…

CRISPY FRIED BEER-BATTERED ONION RINGS

2 medium onions (about 12 ounces) cut into 1/2-inch thick rounds and separated into individuals rings

1 cup flour, extra flour to toss onion ring in…before dipping in batter

3/4 cup cornstarch

1 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon paprika

1/2 teaspoon kosher salt

1/4 teaspoon fresh cracked black pepper

1 bottle (12 ounces) beer, refrigerated until cold

3 cups vegetable oil

1. In a large mixing bowl…whisk flour, cornstarch, baking powder, salt, paprika and black pepper. Slowly whisk in beer until completely smooth.

2. Add oil into a 3 quart Dutch oven or heavy bottom pan over medium heat (heat oil about 4-7 minutes).

3. Using a plastic or paper bag…toss onion rings in extra flour, about 1/2 cup

4. Add one third of flour coated onion rings in beer batter and mix gently to coat.

5. With skewer or fork remove each onion ring, one at a time, shaking off extra batter. Add to hot oil. Fry 2 minutes on each side, turning only once.

6. Transfer fried onion ring to paper towels and sprinkle on salt, if desired.

7. Serve immediately or keep warm in a 200 degrees F oven for up to 30 minutes.

ENJOY 🙂

33 Responses to “Crisp Fried BEER – BATTERED ONION RINGS – How to make ONION RINGS Recipe”

  1. bennz bermea says:

    They look so good. Ima try this omg! I like they look 

  2. PEPÉ AGUIRRE says:

    I’m curious please if someone have tried…. Let me know, but an egg won’t
    be better use then more flour?

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      Share results with us if you wish!! Deronda 🙂

    • PEPÉ AGUIRRE says:

      Lol thx I will stick to your recipe… this weekend theres an awesome UEFA
      football game… so I’ll try’em have a good one

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      Hello Curious Pepe!! No eggs used in these BEER – BATTERED ONION RINGS!!
      ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  3. Louisiana Lac says:

    I couldnt find pepper rica in the store.

  4. Jake Vegas says:

    “Bear battered “

  5. GravInducedSleepTrac says:

    It’s not pa pe rik ka, it’s pap rik ka!!!!

  6. Edward Mynning (EDM450) says:

    Thank you so much for your video!
    I never thought how well they would turn out even on the first try!
    I am a firm believer that batter beats breaded eveytime!

    • Edward Mynning (EDM450) says:

      +Foods101withDeronda
      All I can think of to make it better would be to use Maui onions. But who
      can get those?
      Just a great recipie!

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Edward Mynning (EDM450) You’re very welcome…Edward!! Forever ENJOY this
      batter anytime!! -Deronda 🙂

  7. Allplussomeminus says:

    beer BATTERED!? O-O

  8. Cat Lover says:

    I’m cooking these right now and will try catfish also! Thank you!!

  9. Metsu says:

    AVGN

  10. Christian O'Hara says:

    Just made them, they were awesome! thanks for the recipe!

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Christian O’Hara Awesome, bunches of thanks & you’re very welcome!!
      Forever ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  11. storm mccroan says:

    Love the way she says paprika 😄 paparika 

  12. Alisha Beaurier says:

    Is it necessary to use egg or just skip the egg like she did?

  13. Julio Julius says:

    maybe instead of 1 beer?just half a bottle only or 3/4 of a bottle of
    beer,so that the batter become thicker ….. its just my opinion…

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Julio Julius Hi Julio!! Coating your onion ring with flour before dipping
      into the batter is best. Your onion rings will be light & crunchy after
      frying!! If your batter is too thick you may end up with a doughy center
      onion ring after frying!! ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  14. Cougar12 says:

    I remember making the blooming onion. That was good. I use the same
    ingredients to make the batter.

  15. Quincy Jenkins says:

    Thank you!

  16. Vaughn Wolf says:

    i can’t wait to make them!!!!

  17. NBW DOUGHBOY says:

    Do I have to use the corn Starch???

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Beneath Manners I always make them with corn starch…Beneath!!! ENJOY!!
      -Deronda 🙂

  18. .sfx says:

    what exactly is the beer doing here? is there any reason?

  19. Bruno Martins (TheDynastyAssassin) says:

    I want to eat those so bad :O

  20. Zatoichi444 says:

    Linda from Bob’s Burgers.