These worked great! I made them just as written and they were crunchy and the breading stayed on nicely. I served these along side some burgers and it was a very nice meal. Thank you for sharing your recipe....the method works wonderful.
YUM! I have made these so many times and just realized I never reviewed them! I use a different spice mixture, so my review is for the technique, which I think is excellent. I have had no problem with the crumbs sticking. I do use half panko and half regular breadcrumbs. They get crispy and I love that they aren't fried! Kids love them too. Thanks for this one!
I tried this and hated it. The bread crumbs would not stay on the rings. I will not use this again.
These were ok... the coating didn't stay on and it took FOREVER to get them crunchy like we like them. I may try them again using reviewers suggestions but won't make them again as written, sorry.
Sorry, but I thought these were awful--- thin limp little rings, shrunk down to nothing, covered in a gritty coating... I had to cook the heck out of them to get "crunchy" and even then they weren't that "crunchy". I'll just save up my calories and eat some deep fried ones next time- these just weren't worth the time and effort. Sorry.
Bergy, These onion rings were delicious! The best baked ones I've ever had and so easy to make. They are "extremely" hot, so I'm going to back off a little on the cayenne pepper on the next batch (only because my kids won't eat them that hot). However, even hot, hot, hot, they still have great flavor and are crunchy! 5 stars! Thank you for sharing this recipe! from smallmiracles
These were very tasty. It's true, the panko doesn't stick to every nook and cranny of the onion ring. But using an egg in the milk mixture works wonders, and it doesn't matter if your rings aren't completely covered, because the flavor of the oven-baked onion is great on its own! Thanks for posting.
Sorry, Bergy, but this just didn't cut it. The aroma was to die for and I was really looking forward to having some. Thought they would make a nice bed-time snack, but even DH said "they're o.k., but don't make them again". Great thought - just did't work for me. Thanks, anyway.