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Crunchy Chili Onion Rings

Crunchy Chili Onion Rings created by Chef shapeweaver

Modified slightly from the April 2006 Bon Appetit. I found that the original quantities of milk and dry ingredients were about twice as much as needed so I halved those amounts.

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  • Heat oil to 375 degrees in deep fat fryer.
  • Combine onion rings and buttermilk in a large bowl.
  • Mix dry ingredients in another large bowl.
  • Remove 1/3 of onion rings from buttermilk.
  • Add to flour mixture and toss to coat.
  • Place coated onion rings in hot oil and fry for about 3 minutes or until golden brown.
  • Transfer onion rings to paper towels to drain.
  • Repeat with remaining 2 batches.
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"Modified slightly from the April 2006 Bon Appetit. I found that the original quantities of milk and dry ingredients were about twice as much as needed so I halved those amounts."
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  1. Chef shapeweaver
    Crunchy Chili Onion Rings Created by Chef shapeweaver
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  2. Chef shapeweaver
    First of all, I'm pleased to be the first to rate a very good recipe.After I had put the onion rings in the buttermilk,I realized there was alot of milk and coating mix so I repeated steps 3 and 4 to give the rings an "extra crunch".I don't have a deep fryer so I used an electric skillet set at 375º and that burned the first batch,cut it down to 325º and it seemed to work just fine.These rings went so well with Recipe#97203.These will be made again,Thank for posting."Keep Smiling:)"
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  3. iris5555
    Modified slightly from the April 2006 Bon Appetit. I found that the original quantities of milk and dry ingredients were about twice as much as needed so I halved those amounts.
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