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We really liked these rings. I did thin the batter down a bit with some H2O but otherwise followed the directions. My family loved them. We didn't think they were too bready, but we like that anyway. I was worried about the batter sticking without flouring the onions first but it worked like a charm. Thank you for sharing this yummy ring recipe.
loved it! I thinned it out a bit with milk and replaced added cajun seasoning my family was blown away! I will use smaller onions next time this made a large batch. Thanks for sharing....
I did not find the batter to be crunchy enough. It reminded me more of funnel cake consistency than onion ring.
Liked the interest of the black pepper but this batter was really thick and coated the onion rings more than I wanted, making them more breaded. Just personal preference.
These were good but there was problems with the batter sticking.
This is a good recipe, the batter is very versatile, you can make it thinner or thicker depending on how you like your batter. I personally add a little cornmeal to this for some extra crunch and some paprika for added color. When I am done making the onion rings I throw in some jalapeno slices and those are great too. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
I think that the base is good for onion rings, but it needs more to it. I added more milk (it was a little too bready for my taste) with this base along with more pepper and cajun seasonings-I also substituted the milk for beer and and added all the cajun seasonings for one batch and that was good as well.
This was really good and easy...and much less messy since i only needed one bowl. Leftovers heat up pretty well in the oven too. Thank you.
delicious,made these tonight to go with bbq chicken and potato wedges and they were outstanding and much better than frozen ones. i will make often