While the flavor was good, we didn't like the breading. It was too thick and chewy. We prefer a lighter, crisper breading. I had to add about 1/4 cup more milk (I used buttermilk) since it was like paste without it. I think it would have been even better if I had added an additional 1/2 cup milk. With it this thick, a lot of it stuck to each onion ring. I was only able to coat one onion worth of rings. I don't see how it could ever coat 6 onions.
Karen this batter rocks! my husband was craving onion rings with our hamburgers and this really hit the spot thank you! I did add a bit more milk and i added some paprika these were great thank you so much
This batter was just okay -- too thick and got soggy very quickly. I tried it again substituting beer for the milk to no avail. I will keep searching for the ultimate onion ring batter!
Batter was way too thick, had to add about 4 more tablespoons of milk. For a cripser ring, keep them in the oil longer!
My first onion rings, and my kids loved these. Thank you for sharing. Will make these again.
Good batter! I added 2 more tbs. of milk. Yummy!
I think that this recipe may have an error in the amount of liquid to be used. We made this batter and it turned out much like dough. We added and extra 3/4 cup of milk to thin the batter enough to dip the onion rings.
Karen, these were just lovely, all golden brown and the batter was light and tasty. I dipped them in coctail sauce. Yummy. Thanks!