Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
Make and share this Oven Fried Onion Rings recipe from Food.com.
- Adjust the oven racks to divide the oven in half. Preheat oven to 400°F Spray nonstick baking sheet with nonstick spray.
- On a sheet of wax paper, combine the flour, salt, and pepper. Place the breadcrumbs on another sheet of wax paper. Place the egg substitute in a shallow dish.
- Coat each double onion ring on both sides with flour mixture, shaking off the excess; dip the onion in the egg, then coat lightly with the bread crumbs. Arrange the rings on the baking sheet and spray the tops with nonstick spray.
- Bake on the top oven rack until browned, 10 minutes. Turn carefully and bake until browned, 5 minutes.
Alright - these are waaay too addictive!!! I LOVE onion rings but not the deep frying in oil and extra fat/calories part so I decided to give these a try and God are these good! The husband and I (both onion ring lovers) fight over who gets to eat how much of these when we make a batch. Funny thing is, we never reduce the serving to 2 instead of 4 as is and we still sometimes bicker about how the other ate more than their "half". LOL... I'll use 2 eggs instead of the egg sub if I don't have that around, use Old Bay seasoning in place of salt sometimes and I like to use panko like some other reviewers because I like the texture better that way. I have to bake mine for 30 minutes (turning halfway) instead of 15 because in my oven the onions are still way too crunchy/raw at 15 minutes so bake according to your oven since it can vary.
Wow!! Amazing! I've been making homemade fried onion rings for some time now as it is one of my favorite foods. When I went on WW this week, I was pleasantly surprised to see this recipe. Soooo tasty that I actually prefer these over the fried ones!! Thanks for the recipe!
Even though I'm not a big fan of onion rings, I decided to make these and they were delish with ranch dressing!. I didn't have any bread crumbs so I used some plain cornmeal and instead of egg sub I just used an egg white. Yum, yum:)