Burger King Onion Rings

"I love these onion rings. They are the only things that I eat from Burger King."
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins




  • Finely chop the onions and mix with half the breadcrumbs and 1 tbsp of the milk.
  • Take about 2 tbsp of the mixture and shape into small rings. Freeze in freezer on a foil lined baking sheet for about an hour.
  • Take the rings out of the freezer and set aside.
  • Heat oil to 350 degrees.
  • In medium bowl, mix garlic powder in with the remaining breadcrumbs.
  • In another medium bowl, mix together flour and milk.
  • Now to bread all of the onion rings: First dip an onion into the milk and flour mixture. Then dip into into the breadcrumbs.
  • Fry a handful of the rings at a time for 1 1/2 to 3 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Remove rings from the oil onto a rack or paper towels to drain.
  • Lightly salt them and serve them immediately.

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  1. TrishAnd R.
    Horrible, not worth the effort I put into it.
  2. Amandamccarty720
    So I've been wanting to make these recently but I had reservations about the process. I just knew the frozen rings would break apart during the breading process. Here's what I did: One onion, chopped and put into a blender. I pureed that thing like a stinky smoothie! 1/4 cup milk (cuz I was originally intending on halving this recipe but things sorta changed as I was doing things) 1/2 cup flour and 1/2 cup breadcrumbs. Same amount as original recipe, but I was halving it. It was very wet so I decided to do it this way. Going on gut instincts here! 1 tsp garlic salt. Didn't have just powder. I had garlic salt. Used the whole teaspoon, but if you like less salt go for less. Mix it all together. Line a baking sheet or two with something. I have nonstick aluminum foil. Parchment should be fine. Wax paper would be great. I should have done that lol. Spoon the mix into a sandwich bag. Snip one of the corners of the bag with a scissors. Start with a small hole, you can make it bigger but don't make it too big. I think I clipped off a quarter inch. Squeeze the mix through the hole. Make circle shapes like BK's rings onto the lined cookie sheet. Pop into the freezer. (This is why you don't want to use an unlined baking sheet, they'll stick once frozen.) Once solid, fry. I have the rings in the freezer. I will update once I'm finished frying and I've tried them. I did try the batter! It was... Ok. It has potential! I hope!!


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