How To Make Crispy, Crunchy Onion Rings

Onion is a bulb that is widely cultivated as food. Although its exact geographical origins are unknown, it is said that the first cultivated farmed onions point to Central Asia or Persia. Onions are now grown all over the world and different countries have different names for the same subspecies.

Studies are also being conducted for onion being used as a medicine. Some of the conditions they are looking at are the possibility to treat digestion problems, heart and blood vessel problems, sore mouth and throat, lung problems, and diabetes. Some people also use onion to treat some skin conditions like alopecia, fresh wounds, and scars.

This recipe gives you an easy way to make crunchy onion rings at home. Instead of the traditional deep-frying, the onions are shallow-fried, reducing the amount of oil in the food. These onion rings are perfect for parties or munchies while enjoying your favorite game or movie.


• 1 large white onion
• Panko breadcrumbs
• ½ cup of plain flour
• ¼ cup of cornstarch
• 2 tbsp oat flour
• 1 egg
• ½ cup of water
• 1 tsp salt
• 1 tsp sugar
• enough oil for shallow frying


This recipe takes about 10 to 15 minutes to make. Serves 2 to 3.

To prepare the batter, put plain flour, cornstarch, oat flour, egg, water, salt, and sugar in a large mixing bowl.
Whisk together until you get a smooth thick batter.
Cut the onion into 1-cm thick rings and separate inner rings.
Dip onion rings into the batter.
Lightly coat with panko breadcrumbs.
In a frying pan heat oil over medium heat.
Fry onion ring for about 30 seconds on each side.
Place onion rings on a wire rack to remove excess oil.
Serve and enjoy.

Ideas And Tips:

• You can serve the onion rings with your favorite dip.

How To Make Crispy, Crunchy Onion Rings
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