One of my all time favorite fast foods are onions rings. I am, however, fairly fussy in terms of how they are made and how they taste. In my opinion, they need to be super crispy, have some spice, and heat. Many onion rings I have had just do not come up to standards. In light of this, I decided to make my own recipe. Believe me, these onion rings are super crispy and delicious. I love them with burgers or hot dogs or just solo.

As always, you can adjust the spices by adding more or less. It is your call.

Give them a try and let us know what you think.

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Ingredients:

1 large onion sliced into 1/4 inch pieces
3/4 cup of all purpose flour
1/4 cup of corn starch
1/2 tsp of cayenne pepper
salt and pepper to taste
1 cup of cold sparkling water
I cup of Panko bread crumbs or as much as needed

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Super Crispy Onion Rings

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27 COMMENTS

  1. In South India we just don't bother to seperate them into rings but dip in fried gram and rice flour mix batter to fry.Its called Baaji and still a yummy tea time snack.Oh yes the Mc Donald's onion paste made into rings is little off in taste though readily available for us outside home( esp outside India)thanks to them.

  2. Great recipe. I only had one problem with it. Everytime I made a batch my family would swoop in and eat them all before I finished the next batch. I had hard time filling the plate 🙂

  3. Cold club soda is noticeably the best for making onion ring batter. The extra carbon traps micro bubbles in the batter and better props up the bread crumbs during frying. I like to take the just dipped rings and freeze them as quickly as possible on a chilled cookie sheet that's been sitting in the freezer. I can then keep the frozen rings in a giant Ziploc bag for up to 2 weeks in the deep freezer for later use. Frozen rings fry better then freshly battered rings because the surface is dry while the interior is full of moisture. Tender and crispy at the same time.

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