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I made these to go on top of grilled burgers, and they were delicious! Nice and crispy. I used vidalia onions, so there was a hint of sweetness. Made for Football Pool 2013. Thanks for sharing.
These were so good atop of my grilled turkey and avocado burger! I made them in my fry daddy so they would get extra crispy. Wish I would have made more to snack on! Made for Football Pool 2013-14 Win.
Yummy onions. I was like diner524 and made them ahead to use later with dinner. I probably devoured about half of them before dinner. lol. Simple and good. Thanks for sharing Bayhill and congrats on your football win!
What a quick and easy way to make onion rings! I did deep fry them so they came out crispier than they would in a skillet. Thanks for sharing, made for your football win 2013
These are so easy and delicious! I put the onion slices into a 1 gallon zip lock bag with some seasoned flour, shook to coat and put them in the frig for about 2 hours. Deep fried in my mini fryer at 375°F for about 1 minute. They came out crispy and oh so good! Thanks for posting. Made for FOOTBALL POOL 2011 - Week 5.
Just love this onions!!! What is so much better is how quick and easy they are to make!!! We are grilling steaks for dinner tonite, so made these ahead of time and will serve these on top of our steaks. I sliced the onions, then added them to a bowl with some milk, then I threw them in a bag with the flour (which I added sea salt to) and tossed them. I have eaten several, they are addictive, before even being close to our dinner time. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for your win in the football pool game, congrats!!!
These were delicious and so easy to make. They were perfect served alongside grilled burgers. Made for X-tra Hot Dishes.
Perfect! We had these with grilled rib-eye steaks and they went over BIG. So easy and so tasty, I will make these again. Made for ZWT6: No-Nonsense Nibblers.
These are not as heavy as most onion rings so give the impression of being healthier! I shallow fried mine in a skillet with nut oil and added some salt to the flour. Very tasty! Made for ZWT 6.
Delicious. DD (toddler) devoured hers. Not healthy but you know that. I did make ours gluten free with a white rice flour & tapioca starch blend. (Half the amount of starch) I also dipped the onion rings lightly in beaten egg before adding them to the flour. I used canola oil & sea salt. I might make these again.