Oven Fried Onion Rings

Donna Brown


A dear lady who had diabetes told me how to oven fry the things she had always deep fried before she had the disease. She did this with fried okra, fried potatoes, fried green tomatoes, etc.


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    store bought onion rings
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    extra virgin olive oil
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How to Make Oven Fried Onion Rings


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Spray baking sheet with cooking spray or line pan with parchment paper. Lay onion rings in a single layer on pan and drizzle with EVOO. Bake/fry in oven, turning onion rings occasionally so as not to burn. (If you fry okra, green tomatoes, something of this kind that is breaded, pour about 1/4 cup EVOO and about 1 Tablespoon canola oil into a cast iron skillet and preheat oil before adding food to skillet - olive oil will burn easily and if you add a small amt. of canola or other type oil, it will help to keep it from burning.) Cook until desired crispiness. Drain any remaining oil from food onto a paper towel lined dish. Season with desired seasonings immediately.

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About Oven Fried Onion Rings

Course/Dish: Vegetables
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: For Kids

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