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Just like in the restaurant--no wait, better because they're so fresh! I used two smallish onions and had about half the batter leftover. I served this Dancer's Buttermilk Garlic Dressing (as a dip) and with Big John's Buttermilk Meatballs. Thanks for posting this, Bev!
I made these awhile ago and just realized when I came to look up the recipe to make them again that I never rated them! These turned out great! We were craving a pub meal without the pub price and these with some burgers and beer did the trick. The best part is that I put the oven on about 200 degrees and was able to hold them for about 20 minutes while the rest of the meal came together and they were still crisp and wonderful!
I used this batter on fish it turned out wonderful. Thank you very much. Chef #220151
These onions ring were delicious! The batter was a perfect balance of puff & crunch. I used sweet onions and lightly dredged the sliced onions in flour before dipping them into the batter (for better adhersion). These were gone 3 minutes after I fried em up. Will definitely be making these again. I'd also love to try this batter on other items such as shrimp or fish. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Thanks Bev!
Oh my gosh were these delicious. They tasted just like restaurant style onion rings. I couldn't stop eating them. I kept frying them and as soon as they were cool enough it would pop one in my mouth. Delicious!!! Thank you for sharing. I follow the recipe exactly
Halved this recipe for myself for lunch. Had great great flavors. Once in a great while, I will go to a local bar here that has great hamburgers, and onion rings, which I usually order. No comparison, these were top notch, and had this with one of my hamburger recipes.
These were amazing. My husband ate them standing up right at the stove. That's probably one of the highest accolades he's ever given. He also asked if I'd written the recipe down!
Super easy and great tasting. I did not have buttermilk on hand so I made my own with 1 cup milk and 1 tablespoon white vinegar. Thanks for sharing.
This recipe is Dee-lish! My family was craving onion rings so I thought I would try making them from scratch. This was a very easy and tasty recipe which I will use again!
Very good. Served w/a Red Robins type sauce (1/2 cup mayonaise and some bbq sauce). I had to add a little more flour then called for to get the correct assistance, but otherwise didn't change a thing. Thanks for sharing.