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Sunday, February 05, 2012

Onion Rings

Enjoyed 'Harris Jeyaraj Show ' last Night in Dubai Festival City yesterday.16 Years ago this Day My Hubby came to Bride-See me and the Engagement and the Wedding Dates got finalised by Our Parents the Same Day. This is a homely cum Restaurant Style Onion Rings Recipe. Onion needs to be cut horizantally for this easy-fries.This simple recipe needs 6-7 mins cooking time.It can be done deep-fried or baked at 180  C for 15 - 18 mins at the middle rack position. U can add  1-2 tsp besan flour,1/5 tsp chilli powder  and a pinch of Asafoetida powder to get it done spicier - for variation. Enjoy this simple and crisp-done Onion Fries at home with Tea/Coffee. BonAppetit!.

Onion Rings
Ingredients:
1 Onion - Cut horizontally and separate the rings
1/2 cup refined flour
1/4 cup rice flour
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/5 tsp salt
1 cup breadcrumbs + 3 tsp breadcrumbs(optional)
Needed water
Oil for Deep frying or 1 -2 tbsp oil(for baking)
Directions
1.Dissolve refined flour,rice flour,baking soda and salt till it becomes a thick n thin Dosa batter-like.
2.Now add the breadcrumbs(if U don't roll it separately - otherwise don't) and mix it well.
3.Heat ol in a non-stick kadai and Spread 1 cup breadcrumbs on a flat tray.
4.Dip the separated onion rins in the batter using a fork, make the rings evenly coated with batter and then roll
it slightly in the breadcrumbs using another fork.
5.Deep-fry till its done golden brown and serve it hot with Coffee/Tea and tomato ketchup.


Sending this recipe to 'Show me the Hits Event' hosted by Sangee Vijay of  Spicy Treats.

16 comments:

Asiya Omar said...

wow ! mouth watering.looks perfect.nice pics.

Kaveri said...

Can't stop with one..these look too tempting

faseela said...

wow....lovely onion rings....bookmarked....
BTW, should we add bread crumps to the batter too....

Krishnapriya said...

A recipe so close to heart.. ;)!
simple and delicious one! Thanks Christy..

Kavi said...

Looks perfect! :D Not at all oily, like mine looks (on my blog :D)
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Kavi (Edible Entertainment)
Ongoing Event:(Kid's Delight - Something Sweet)

Jay said...

absolutely lipsmacking..;P

Tasty Appetite

Aarthi said...

This looks so good..

Aarthi
http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

Suja Manoj said...

Perfectly made,crispy and yummy

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

@faseela - No need to add the breadcrumbs to the batter (if u r rolling the rings in it separately).

Bikramjit said...

Oh my i love this one also .. now wht to do .. yes courier them toooo :) he he heh

Bikram's

Torviewtoronto said...

delicious snack looks wonderful

Only Fish Recipes said...

wow....lovely onion rings...perfectly mae :-)

Mahi said...

Onion rings look professional! Nice recipe!

simran said...

perfect onion rings!......lovely n crispy.....nice recipe.thanks.

Teena Mary said...

This is one of my favourite appetizers! Looks really crispy & perfectly done Christy!

Julie said...

Love the perfection,dear..lovely n fabulous crispy ones!!

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