Posted by on Sep 10, 2021 in Appetizers | 23 comments

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

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

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

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

  1. Koernia Geuliz says:

    thank you for recipes

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      +Koernia Geuliz You’re very welcome…Koernia!! ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  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?

    • Foods101withDeronda says:

      YES!! ENJOY!! -Deronda 🙂

  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