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I was apprehensive about trying these as I thought I'd be too used to deep-fried. These were great! Next time, I'm going to try adding a bit of cornmeal with the crumbs.

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Kat October 01, 2001

Even though I love deep-fried onion rings, they don't always agree with me. NOW I can eat as many o-rings as I want - these are great! I had Italian-flavored bread crumbs on hand so used those instead of plain and cut down a little on the salt. The cayenne pepper adds a "kick". Not a big oregano fan but this blended well with the other flavors. Thanks, Bergy (again!).

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KeyWee September 12, 2003

Wow, these onion rings are as good as any we've ever had, really enjoyed them. they had a nice little kick to them. I followed Kat's lead and added a little cornmeal to the bread crumbs, it made them quite crunchy and delicious. Used walla Walla sweet onions, DH couldn't get enough of them and has already asked that we make them again soon. Thanks for sharing Bergy, can't figure how I left them in my cookbook for so long without trying them, now I have we will be having them often.

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Derf August 10, 2003

Love these!

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pro home chef November 17, 2011

I made these with a super-healthy ingredients and they turned out great. For the coating I mixed cornmeal with a 9 grain high fibre hot cereal (in dry form). The cereal has the same texture as bread crumbs and the cornmeal made it a bit crisper. Add whatever seasoning you like to the crumb mixture...I used a poultry spice (which was a bit too salty). After slicing the onions I dipped them in egg white, covered them in the crumb mixture, and baked in the oven for 30 min at 375. There were perfect!

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Foxforce5 February 27, 2009

Delicious onion rings. I had a problem in the prep. The crumb mixture would not stick enough to the onions. The milk seemed too thin to hold anything. So I added abou 1/2 beaten egg to the milk. I floured the onion, then dipped it in the egg/milk mixture, and then dipped it into the crumbs. This worked a lot better. Thanks for a healthy alternative!

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danlynclark January 09, 2004

Excellent, used egg white and panko with walla walla sweets. Oiled a cookie sheet with grape seed oil and turned onion rings the last 5 minutes to brown on the other side. I did use only small batches of panko at a time, as soon as rings got to wet they wouldn't hold the breading. The sweets are important, also added a small amount of parmesan to breading<br/>and sprayed the tops with canolila oil before baking. Very good

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patandfinn August 27, 2013

I was doubtful about this recipe, especially after coating the rings with panko (didn't look like enough coating) BUT they were delicious. We're eating healthy and this recipe will be made again and again. Thanks!

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Vicki F. January 19, 2013

Hubby and daughter liked! If you don't like spicy, take er easy on the cayenne!

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brandimcd April 10, 2011

fail. breading didn't stick at all. ended up with shrunken bits with a touch of hard bread crumbs on top. not going to make again.

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spiritussancto September 30, 2009
Oven Baked Onion Rings