Linda's Fried Onion Rings
1 1/2 cup flour
9 oz of beer
oil for frying
Heat oil to 350. Slice onion into rings. Separate rings. I left the small pieces in the center together and fried them as a clump.
Combine flour with beer. Pour slowly into the flour. I find mixing with a fork works best. It's up to you about the type of beer you use. Some of the flavor will come through.
Dip rings in batter. I found a wooden skewer worked well to drudge them through the batter. Add 2-3 rings to the oil at time. After a few minutes flip the rings over carefully to get an even golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Serve warm.
Never had one..I know!ReplyDelete
OH yum!! Looks delicious and there's nothing like homemade onion rings!ReplyDelete