Easy Onion Ring Loaf

You could order a half or full order (we always ordered the full size) and it would show up at your table, no less than a foot high, crispy sweet and savory with a large bowl of bbq sauce for dipping. Pay no attention to the calorie count of this dish. If you are working towards getting ready for bathing suit season, this is not the recipe for you. If you are looking for a finger licking good, sticky, salty, sweet fried onion ring….this is your lucky day!

The best part is that the recipe is so easy! The steps are uncomplicated and in the end you’re left with a great bbq side! To get started, slice the onions into rings. You’re looking for somewhere between 1/4 and a 1/2 inch thick.
Combine milk, eggs and salt in mixing bowl. Soak onion rings in mixture for 30 minutes to an hour. The longer, the more tender. Heat oil for frying in skillet to 375 degrees F.


Please Read the best Reviews Before going to the RECIPE

“You probably won’t believe me, but I’d drive to SLC, UT….just to get these Onion Rings. I really don’t care for chunky onion rings, but these are super thin, and fried really crispy. I’ve made these several times now, and they are almost exactly like Tony Roma’s. Make sure that you buy sweet onions, and slice them very thin. Fry them up super crispy!”

“great recipe! for everyone having problems with the batter not sticking i recomend after dredging in batter allow it to sit for a while, 10min. Also beautiful presentation!!”

“I have finally found the secret for getting onion ring batter to stay on the durn onions while cooking. Simply put the sliced onions in a ziplock baggie and let them sit in cornstarch for an hour or so before cooking! Works every time.”

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