31 Reviews

Superb! I don't think they took too long at all, especially considering how long it takes to make "traditional" (fried) onion rings. Delicious and healthy, the only sub I had was using prepared egg beaters, and homemade breadcrumbs.

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Shu Shu May 04, 2011

Yummy! These onion rings were not only healthy, but oh so good!!! We used 1 large onion, 2 whole eggs, and 1 1/2 times the bread crumb/season mixture. We also added a little cayenne pepper to the mix. The bread crumb mixture stuck really well to the onion rings and the they were crispy and full of flavor. This will be our standard onion ring recipe from now on! Thanks, Ladypit - these are awesome!

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Kohtzy September 30, 2010

Super! My entire family loved these. Thanks for sharing.

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PetesNina July 24, 2008

These were very good, I liked the fact that the whole onion didn't come out on the first bite like the fried ones do. I added some cayenne pepper to my dry mixture and added some Italian flavored panko crumbs as well. I halved the recipe as well. Oh and I did a milk bath, flour, egg, and panko. Just wonderful and a great base to try different seasonings. Thanks!!

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Fern589 February 16, 2008

These were great with our burgers last night and we didn't even feel guilty afterwards! :)I used panko crumbs and left out the Italian seasoning (just a personal preferance- DH and I really enjoyed these. Thanks for posting this, ladypit- it's a keeper!

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Leslie in Texas February 06, 2008

Yummy! I used Italian seasoned breadcrumbs instead of using the seasonings listed because that is all I had on hand. They did take quite a bit of prep work, but they were worth it! I will make these again, and I think next time I will get regular breadcrumbs and use the listed seasonings.

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Soup Lady January 08, 2008

I'm eating a batch now! I think this recipe will be a good base for me to design a baked onion ring I can love. The spices in this recipe overwhelmed the onion too much, for my taste. They're okay, and were well-worth the simple matter of whipping them up, but I don't think I'll use this exact recipe again.

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charmedkitsune July 31, 2007

These onion rings weren't bad, still think batter-dipped is better. We tweeked them by using Panko bread crumbs along with the regular bread crumbs. We also double-dipped them (by adding a bit of water to the egg whites, dip in flour first, then eggwhites, then panko mix) so that the panko would stick better. There was no problem with the breading. We thought they could use a bit more flavor and would like to try them again but before baking, spay a bit of Pam on top first. I think that will help with the texture and still keep them lowfat. Thanks for recipe ladypit, it's a great start to perfection.

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CabinKat August 07, 2006

These were great! I do not care for deep fried foods so when I saw this I had to try it. Well, this is a keeper in my house my whole family enjoyed them. So glad to be able to have a recipe for Onion Rings that are not deep fried. Thanks ladypit

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RecipeNut October 13, 2004

I liked the flavor of these onion rings. I halved the recipe and used extra breadcrumbs. I accidently left out the Italian seasoning but it was still good. Thanks lady!

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Sharon123 September 26, 2004
Simply the Best Baked Onion Rings!