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Homemade Onion Rings

Cowbridge Kitchen

If you want to make the perfect battered Onion Ring then you will need to make a perfect Batter Mix.

Making these Battered onion rings couldn't be easier , one onion and some batter will make a whole bunch of these and they only take a few minutes to cook.

Crispy Onion rings are great with Sausage and Mash or as a side dish for the perfect BBQ.

We have used brown onions for these but you could use Red Onions if you fancy something a bit different.

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It takes about 25 minutes to make this
10 mins Prep time
15 mins Cooking time
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Nutritional Facts
This is based on 7 onion rings
88g portion

Calories: 210
Protein: 3g
Fat: 10g
Carbohydrates: 28g
Fiber: 1g
Sugar: 2g
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This recipe will serve around 4 people Table for Two Servings
Easy : This recipe is easy to make
Anybody can have a go at this recipe
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Once you have made your batter, ou can make as many of these as you like and the batter can be used again.

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Cost to make:
£2.61 / $3.30 (Est.)

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    How to Make Onion Rings

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    An onion ring, also called a French fried onion ring, is a form of appetizer or side dish in British and American cuisine. The Onions are soaked in milk before dipping them in flour ready for frying.

    The modern Onion ring is normally battered and fried so that you end up with a crispy Battered Onion Ring.

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    1 Brown Onion
    1 tablespoon of corn flour
    1 bowl of beer batter mix
    500 ml Vegetable Oil

    Cooking Instructions

    1. Peel the onion , and slice it into rings. You should get about 20 good size rings from 1 onion.
    2. Put about 6 -8 rings into a container of corn flour, cover and shake to cover.
    3. From the corn flour , place all of the onion rings into the batter , and dip with a fork until fully coated.
    4. With the oil at 180 c , drop each onion ring into the pan with a fork. When it floats, add the next until all the onion rings are in.
    5. Cook for about 5 -6 minutes, then drain on a piece of kitchen roll.
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