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CRISPY FRIED ONION RINGS – How to make Perfect CRISPY ONION RINGS Recipe

CRISPY FRIED ONION RINGS – How to make Perfect CRISPY ONION RINGS Recipe
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According to Deronda…these are the "BEST" homemade "ONION RINGS" you'll ever make. Recipe below…

CRISPY FRIED ONION RINGS

1 pound onions
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 Tablespoons corn starch
2 teaspoons sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon Cayenne pepper
1 cup buttermilk
oil for frying

1. Cut onions into 1/2 inch slices and separate into rings.

2. With a whisk blend all dry ingredients together. Whisk in buttermilk…add more liquid if the batter is too thick.

3. Pour oil to a depth of 2-inches into a heavy sauce/frying pan; heat oil to 375 degrees…medium low heat.

4, Dip onion rings into batter. Fry, in batches 1-2 minutes on each side or until golden brown, turning ONLY once.

Drain on paper towels. Serve within 15 minutes!!

ENJOY!!!

Happiness is always pleasing the taste buds!!!

–Deronda

23 Responses to “CRISPY FRIED ONION RINGS – How to make Perfect CRISPY ONION RINGS Recipe”

  1. Koernia Geuliz says:

    thank you for recipes

  2. Aaliyah Delacruz says:

    Omg I’m so stupid, I just made these and they were delicious but after I
    just had oil so I turned it off and said maybe If I add some water to it it
    will cool down. So I did that and.. It flared SOOO MUCH. but nothing
    happened,tho. Wow. Didn’t know that before.

    • Aaliyah Delacruz says:

      +Foods101withDeronda thank you lol

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Aaliyah Delacruz CAUTION & SAFETY FIRST…Aaliyah…when using HOT OILS!!
      Glad to know you’re OK!! STAY SAFE ALWAYS!! -Deronda 🙂

  3. The REAL Bradley Webb says:

    Great job on the onion rings! That’s exactly what I’m looking for when I
    see a perfectly fried golden brown onion ring! 👍

  4. ahmirlxt says:

    can i use normal low fat milk?

  5. Judaii Perez says:

    Could I subtitute cornstarch for corn flour?

  6. 2000skywatcher says:

    thanks its easy way

  7. Judaii Perez says:

    Could I subtitute cornstarch for corn flour?

  8. Shannon Harriman says:

    I made these tonight! They are my first ones I’ve made homemade. I just
    can’t stand paying so much for onion rings at the store. They were so good.
    I didn’t have buttermilk but the 2% worked just fine I think. Thanks for
    sharing.

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      You’re very welcome…Shannon…always ENJOY homemade at the right
      price!!!-Deronda 🙂

  9. Nasralla Abead says:

    very nice

  10. Foods101withDeronda says:

    No…omit the cayenne if you’d like! -Deronda 🙂

  11. trudyann hyde says:

    *spicy

  12. trudyann hyde says:

    Would the cayane pepper make it such

  13. Amy Matthews says:

    omg thats so easy to make onion ring btw my favorite food

  14. Karmah's Law says:

    11pm is not the time to be watching this….they look delicious!!!

  15. Foods101withDeronda says:

    Not sure…haven’t tried it. -Deronda 🙂

  16. Foods101withDeronda says:

    Hi Ohmy…to answer your question you may substitute crushed red pepper for
    cayenne pepper. ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  17. Ohmy Clara says:

    Does it need to be Cayenne Pepper? what could be an alternative?

  18. ks s says:

    havent tryed it but never seen coating sick so nicely,,, TARTAR SAUCE my
    thing