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I really liked the texture of these, however I felt like I was eating diet food. I think it has great potential changing up the spices a bit, and I would leave out the italian seasoning next time around. I found it easier to put the flour in a tupperware, add a batch of onions and shake it up, rather than hand dipping each one. I think we will try these again, maybe using different spices, possibly trying a cajun version.

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blisstir March 11, 2004

I just made these....so good!! I actually gave the onions a milk bath first, used 2 whole eggs, and panko bread crumbs. I put garlic powder, a little cayenne pepper, black pepper, a little paprika, and sea salt in with the bread crumbs! These are awesome! Thanks for this recipe!

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juicy6116_7893041 January 22, 2011

These are really, really good! I used 2 whole eggs and panko, also shook the onion rings in a bag with the flour (which coated them much better). Even my husband liked them and he's a big fan of the deep fried ones!

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Captain's Lady June 25, 2009

Wow...we really liked these onion rings. Loved the fact that they are baked. Followed the recipe exactly. We have this every other week now.

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Red in US March 11, 2009

Quite liked this recipe. Mixed some corn starch into the flour, which I found helped keep the bread crumb mixture stick on the rings, but kinda coagulated the mixture at the same time. Used just italian seasoning and garlic powder....still plenty of taste. make sure you flip them to ensure consistent golden browness. Really good recipe, will definitely make again.

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Food Neighbour February 17, 2009

These are tasty but I wish the onion got softer. I think most people will think that they are healthy but that doesn't make them bad. I had to turn them to crisp both sides. Yummy

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Melissa P. April 30, 2008

Oh thank heavens: A baked Onion Ring recipe that actually HOLDS the breadcrumbs onto the rings. I've tried a few, and this is tops. I used Panko bread crumbs (and would encourage others to do so as well - they adhere better than the regular) and they were fansastic.

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AKillian24 August 20, 2007

Very good! I over-looked the seasonings somehow, and they were still good!

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DIryshe February 09, 2004

The title doesn't lie...these are the best. I used panko for the crumbs and slightly less italian seasoning, wanting the onion flavor to be the star performer. I love eating something so delicious knowing it's healthy too. We are glad you posted this one, Ladypit.

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Geema February 09, 2004

Crispy, delicious, low-fat!! I used prepared corn flake crumbs for the breading.

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Foodgal February 01, 2004
Simply the Best Baked Onion Rings!