Wonderfully, decadently, naughtily scrumptious! And very easy to follow instructions. I minced my onion in a mini processor, used only one tablespoon of (brown) sugar, omitted the cayenne pepper (wouldn't have been able to eat these with it in!), used fresh minced garlic, grindings of black pepper and low fat milk. And I fried them in peanut oil. Great recipe, KITTENCAL: thank you for sharing it!
Heaven on earth if you ask me.
Loved the oniony flavor! I halved the recipe and it made part of a nice dinner. Thanks Kitten!
Added in a bit of curry powder too. My man gives this 5 stars!!
These are great! everyone loved them!
Made these to go with our burgers for dinner. Quite a few of them were gone even before the burger patties. Even my 6 year old loved them!
WOW! I usually make potato latkes but these are sooooo much better. This is definitely a keeper! I bought some of that onion ring sauce that has the horseradish in it from the store and these are absolutely amazing! Thanks kitten! Linz
I used the suggestion to replace 1/4 c milk with an egg and it was great. I was a bit nervous that these would come out tasting like raw onions and was skeptical to try it out. After going back to this recipe a few times I decided to give it a try. The onions cooked beautifully and did not taste raw at all. My husband requested that I make these on Hannukah instead of traditional potato latkes. I used much less oil than recommended and they came out delicious. I sprayed the pan with Pam and just used a bit of oil with each batch. I froze the leftovers and then reheated them in the toaster oven and they were just as good as the day I made them. Highly recommended!
i looove onion and that was ok but wont do it again