Onion Rings

Christine Schnepp


I do not have exact measurements on these but, it basically goes by how many you are making. Any questions just ask :)


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    chopped onion rings
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    corn starch
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    panko bread crumbs
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    salt and pepper
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How to Make Onion Rings


  1. There are no exact measurements so it depends on how much you are making. Make a Batter using flour and corn starch. For every 1 part corn starch, put in 4 parts flour. Then slowly add lukewarm water and mix until it makes a pancake batter like consistency. (Not too sticky not to runny- don't use hot water for it will cook the flour, and not cold water for it will be harder to mix) Dip/coat each onion ring in the batter. In a separate bowl, prepare pure corn starch. Coat Battered Onions with starch one by one. After coating with starch, dip again in flour batter. Lastly, coat rings with bread crumbs until fully covered and deep fry. Remove and salt & pepper to taste.

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