Posted by on Nov 14, 2019 in Appetizers | 30 comments

How To Make Crispy Fried Onion Rings: Homemade Onion Rings Recipe

How To Make Crispy Fried Onion Rings: Homemade Onion Rings Recipe

Onion Rings Recipe

How To Make Onion Rings

In a bowl, combine 1 tsp of cornstarch, 1/2 tsp of baking soda, 1/2 cup of flour, 2 tsps of salt, 1/2 tsp of garlic powder, 1/2 tsp of pepper, and 1/4 tsp of cayenne pepper then stir in well

In another bowl combine 2 eggs with 3 tbs of milk and 3 squirts of hot sauce then stir

Place breadcrumbs (of your choice) in a pan or dish

Cut your onions into onion shapes [as shown in video]

Place in a bowl of water and allow them to sit for 20 mins to loosen clear skin

Pull of skin and rinse

Coat wet onions in seasoned flour, shake then dip into egg wash, allow the excess egg to drip off the onions and the coat well with panko breadcrumbs….. then dip them back into the egg wash, let excess egg wash drip off and then panko breadcrumbs again, then into italian breadcrumbs

(You can sit the coated onion rings in the freezer for 30 mins – 1 hour if you want to make sure the breadcrumbs stick

Place a pot over medium high heat

Add 3 cups of oil

Fry onion rings for about 30 to 45 secs on each side and sit on a paper towel

That's How To Make Homemade Onion Rings

How To Make Crispy Fried Onion Rings: Homemade Onion Rings Recipe

Onion Rings Recipe

How To Make Onion Rings

In a bowl, combine 1 tsp of cornstarch, 1/2 tsp of baking soda, 1/2 cup of flour, 2 tsps of salt, 1/2 tsp of garlic powder, 1/2 tsp of pepper, and 1/4 tsp of cayenne pepper then stir in well

In another bowl combine 2 eggs with 3 tbs of milk and 3 squirts of hot sauce then stir

Place breadcrumbs (of your choice) in a pan or dish

Cut your onions into onion shapes [as shown in video]

Place in a bowl of water and allow them to sit for 20 mins to loosen clear skin

Pull of skin and rinse

Coat wet onions in seasoned flour, shake then dip into egg wash, allow the excess egg to drip off the onions and the coat well with panko breadcrumbs..... then dip them back into the egg wash, let excess egg wash drip off and then panko breadcrumbs again, then into italian breadcrumbs

(You can sit the coated onion rings in the freezer for 30 mins - 1 hour if you want to make sure the breadcrumbs stick

Place a pot over medium high heat

Add 3 cups of oil

Fry onion rings for about 30 to 45 secs on each side and sit on a paper towel

That's How To Make Homemade Onion Rings

30 Responses to “How To Make Crispy Fried Onion Rings: Homemade Onion Rings Recipe”

  1. Tracy Bruring says:

    haha i actually drooled a little when you took that bite; looks yum

  2. Veronica says:

    Whew yes these look and sound great lol so crunchy! Ok, Phillyboy, you
    gotta give it to us…make a Philly cheese steak!!!! Would love to see you
    make the best and I mean the BEST Philly cheese steak lol.

  3. jannybaby86 says:

    Can you do a video on banana pudding please and p.s I love your videos,
    keep up the good work 

  4. Ashley Elyse says:

    Your food looks sooooo damn good lol

  5. Amsterdam Penoze 020 says:

    cut your nails.

  6. Derrick Gordon says:

    Boy I just happened to come up on your channel. I love onion rings, so I
    will be trying this one soon. 

  7. Rojanae Hayden says:

    please make fudge brownies

  8. Theuakescoming says:

    Hi can you make fried calamari rings please.

  9. Happii Days says:

    omg my mouth watered. best looking onion rings on youtube!! YES. gonna make
    them now

  10. magellanmax says:

    So, the key part of the video is me listening to the dude munching on ’em
    crunchy rings? ….Yeah, I could have passed up on that scene while at
    work…..just saying….

    • Franken Stein says:

      +magellanmax
      And having to close 8 advertisements….I got 10 seconds in and quit
      watching. Total crap.

  11. Chica Robertson says:

    Onion Rings make me think of the last scene in The Sopranos.

  12. MOCHAMILAN says:

    damn they look goooood

  13. Mohamed Hamza Adam says:

    i think that guy is sneaking into the kitchen

  14. Mar Sim says:

    Jay, I have tried several of your recipes. I loved them and so did my
    family. We are also a big fan of calamari is this something that you think
    you could show us how to do? I would be so delighted to see this recipe.

  15. leilani johnson says:

    The small are my favorite…..

  16. SISTERSELITE2004 Burns says:

    Pbjshow can you do meatloaf please please please!!!!!!!!!!! I really want
    to see you do it!!!!!😄😄😄😄😄

  17. Alan Morris says:

    Thanks so much for this excellent recipe! Here’s a tip: before using the
    bread crumbs, put them into a food processor and chop them until they
    become a powder. They will stick to the onion rings much better.

  18. Nicole Brooks says:

    once again the onions rings were great the family love it!

  19. T. Kemp says:

    I don’t even like onion rings. But those looked amazing and crispy!

  20. seah cruz says:

    thank you!