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Fried Onion Strips

Fried Onion Strips created by SweetSueAl

Tasty variation of Onion Rings. I saw Sunny Anderson making these on Food Network, and finally tried them, they are Awesome! So much easier to eat than rings!

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directions

  • Heat oil in deep pan (about 1-inch) to 360 degrees.
  • Combine buttermilk, egg, and hot sauce in a medium bowl.
  • Mix flour, cayenne,1 teaspoons salt and pepper in a bag.
  • Peel the onions, after cutting off the top and bottom, halve the onion from top to bottom, placing cut side down, cut into 1/2 inch strips. Separate.
  • Pat dry and dip in buttermilk mixture to coat.
  • Transfer slices to bag and toss to coat.
  • Deep-fry in batches until golden, about 2 minutes.
  • Transfer to paper towel-lined plate to drain.
  • Sprinkle with sea salt.
  • Serve.
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"Tasty variation of Onion Rings. I saw Sunny Anderson making these on Food Network, and finally tried them, they are Awesome! So much easier to eat than rings!"
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  1. SweetSueAl
    Reviewed for PAC Fall 09. I liked this recipe. The technique made it easier to cook the strips. I subsituted pre-packaged chicken breader (Autry's) for the flour. It was already seasoned...so I used it. I will absolutely make these again. Thanks for posting the recipe, Linda.
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  2. SweetSueAl
    Fried Onion Strips Created by SweetSueAl
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  3. Lindas Kitchen
    Tasty variation of Onion Rings. I saw Sunny Anderson making these on Food Network, and finally tried them, they are Awesome! So much easier to eat than rings!
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