Here’s a nice little story regarding this recipe. Anna’s father who is fighting a serious illness, expressed to Anna and his family that he was craving onion rings. The very next morning, by chance, Max, who blends your baking mixes and fancies himself an amateur chef, suggested to Anna that they develop an onion ring recipe because we had a few extra onions in the test kitchen. After a little tinkering, Max arrived at the recipe you see before you. We are happy to report that Anna’s father ate his portion and asked for more. All things considered, these onion rings are close to our heart.
What is it that makes these onion rings delicious? Is it the light crunchy texture? The nicely balanced savory tanginess of the buttermilk dill batter? Or is it the beautiful golden brown hue of the delicately sweet, melt in your mouth onion ring? We’re not sure exactly what it is, but the simple fact of the matter is that these are some of the best onion rings you will ever have. We’re happy to share this recipe with you.
Frying in small batches allows you to use less oil and avoid burning your onion rings. If the oil is too hot, the batter will darken almost immediately and your burnt onion rings will have a bitter flavor. Dial back the heat for your next batch and try again. Enjoy!
Looks and Sounds GREAT! :) I Will be making these this afternoon :)
P.S. I Think the Dill will be a Huge Plus :) So much so. That I made a Lemon/Dill/Yogurt Dip to dip the onion rings in :) Thank you for everything.
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