Onion rings in batter

Onion rings in batter

Onion rings in batter are a tempting and incredibly delicious snack. In addition, it is very simple and easy to prepare.
Onion rings are fried until golden and crisp. In just a few minutes, you get a tempting contrast of a pleasantly crunchy golden crust and tender juicy onion pulp. Simple, but incredibly delicious combination!



Onion rings:
Onion 5 PCs. (large)
Kefir-if necessary 16.91 floz (500ml)
Salt to taste
Ground black pepper to taste
Flour for breading if necessary
Breadcrumbs optional
Olive oil for frying

Wheat flour 1 Cup
Corn starch 1/2 Cup
Red pepper to taste
Paprika 1 tsp.
Oregano 1/2 tsp
Dried garlic 1 tsp.
Chicken egg 1 PC.
Milk 6.09 floz (180 ml)
Salt to taste

Step-by-step. Onion rings in batter.

Cooking time 20 minutes

If you are told that this dish has many subtleties and secrets of cooking-do not believe it! There is only one secret-the right dough! And the recipe for such a proper thick dough, I want to share with you today.
Prepare the ingredients according to the list. Peel the onion and cut it into rings. The resulting pieces of onion are divided into separate rings. If time permits, lay out the onion rings in a wide container in layers.

Pour the kefir in such an amount that the rings are completely immersed in the kefir. Add a few pinches of ground black pepper and salt to taste. Place the rings in the refrigerator for at least 1.5-2 hours, or preferably overnight. If you don’t have time, you can skip this stage, but the pickled rings taste more tender and a little tastier.

To prepare the dough: in a bowl, break the chicken egg, add the milk and beat for a few minutes, until you get a homogeneous mixture. Then, stirring, gradually add the wheat flour, spices and corn starch. And mix everything thoroughly so that there are no lumps left.

In addition to the dough, prepare two more containers-with flour and breadcrumbs. Rings can also be prepared without breadcrumbs-this point is at your discretion.

Heat the olive oil very well. Alternately dip the onion ring in the flour, dough, and breadcrumbs. The dough should be quite thick and cover the ring with a dense layer. If necessary, you can add a little more flour and starch, until you get the desired density.

Put the rings in the preheated olive oil and fry for 1-2 minutes on one side. When the rings are browned, turn them over and fry until Golden on the other side (about 1-2 minutes more). Place the finished onion rings in the dough on a paper towel for a few seconds to absorb the excess oil, and then serve. Onion rings in batter.