Onion Rings/Crispy Onion Rings/Fried Onion Rings Recipe

Onion rings are a very popular snack food here in the United States. You can find them in pretty much any fast food restaurant. These are easy to make, but it can be hard to get them perfectly crispy at home.

I used Red Onion. Red onions are so different in taste to the brown onions we use more frequently. More distinctive in many ways. The taste of your onion rings will be just as distinctive if you use red onions for those as well. You can make with any onions too.

Indian cuisine deals with many deep fried snacks recipe with besan as its main coating. basically, the spice mixed chickpea flour is made as thin/thick batter and choice of vegetables are dipped and deep fried to make a snack. but this onion rings are unique and made with corn flour and plain flour for a crisp result.

I have double coated the onion circles with plain flour paste and breadcrumbs as an extra protection. double coat would help to hold the coating and does not expose the rings. lastly, deep fry these rings in medium heat oil. in addition do not overcrowd the frying pan and deep fry them in small batches.

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Onion Rings/Crispy Onion Rings/Fried onion Rings Recipe

Onion rings are a very popular snack food here in the United States. You can find them in pretty much any fast food restaurant. These are easy to make, but it can be hard to get them perfectly crispy at home.

Prep Time : 5 mins Cooking Time : 10 mins
Serves : Cuisine : International


Ingredients:
Onion : 1 large
Maida/plain flour : 1/2 cup
Corn flour : 2 tbsp
Rice flour : 2 tbsp
Pepper powder : 1/2 tsp
Red chilly flakes : 1/2 tsp
Oregano/mixed herbs : 1/2 tsp (Optional)
Bread crumbs : 1 cup
Salt to taste
Water as needed
Oil to deep fry

Method:
1. In a small bowl take Maida, corn flour, rice flour, oregano, pepper powder, chilli flakes, salt.
2. Prepare a smooth lump free batter adding more water if required.
3. Now dip an onion ring into maida paste and coat well.
4. Slowly drop the coated onion ring into bread crumbs and coat well.
5. Now for double coating, drop the onion ring again to maida batter and wet completely.
further, roll in bread crumbs and coat well.
6. fry until the onion rings turn golden brown and crisp. Finally, enjoy onion rings with sauce as an evening snack with mint-tea.

Onion Rings with Step wise photos :

  1. firstly, slice the onions slightly thick and separate the rings. See pics, how to cut and slice them.

2. In a bowl mix, flours with pepper powder, red chilly flakes, oregano with salt. Prepare a smooth lump free batter adding more water if required.

3. All ready to coat. Now slowly drop the coated onion ring into bread crumbs and coat well.
Now for double coating, drop the onion ring again to maida batter and wet completely.
further, roll in bread crumbs and coat well.

4. Deep fry in hot oil keeping the heat on medium. Flip over using a stick to prevent from damaging. Fry until the onion rings turn golden brown and crisp.

enjoy onion rings with sauce as an evening snack.
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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Delicious! This is one of my favourites!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. deepa says:

      Thank you pooja

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  2. My favorite!
    I posted something like this.
    Can you please take a look at my blog and share your thoughts on my recipes.

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    1. deepa says:

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      1. Thank you for your time and valuable comments!😍

        Liked by 1 person

      2. deepa says:

        U r welcome dear

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  3. FoodTrails says:

    So prefect.. so inviting with ketchup and chutney!!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. deepa says:

      Foodtrails : thank you. Yup

      Like

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