Oven Onion Rings

"Serve these with my oven fried chicken for a healthy fast-food type meal."
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Ready In:


  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon seasoning (salt, pepper, chile etc)
  • 2 large onions, sliced in very thin rings
  • 2 cups breadcrumbs


  • Preheat the oven to 350.
  • Mix the flour and the seasonings and put in a container as wide as the widest onion ring.
  • Stir the eggs.
  • Dip the rings in the egg, then the flour mix, then the bread crumbs.
  • Put on a cookie sheet that has been sprayed with Pam.
  • Bake 25 minutes or until crisp.

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  1. Cookin Swimmer
    Ok, 5 for taste....3 for appearance! These look pretty weird...not very beautiful...but taste is all that matters with me. When I first read the directions I thought you meant "stir in the eggs". Come on it was a weekday after all honors classes. I had to throw the flour/egg mixture away sadly enough. I couldn't tell when they were done so I left them in a little longer, which was a bad idea. I only tried that for a few of them though. 25 minutes is perfect time. My family wouldn't stop eating them (which was annoying since I wanted to take them for my lunches)
  2. Chef floWer
    I wanted a side dish with minimum fat content so we tried these. Everyone enjoyed these oven onion rings, I served them with Recipe #254691 & Recipe #308206 and they disappeared. The only change I made was I used an egg replacer because I don't eat real eggs. Thank you wildheart
  3. jean
    These are very tasty. I was having trouble getting the bread crumbs to stick after the rings had been dipped into the flour. So I dipped them into the egg mixture again before the bread crumbs and they stuck much better to make the coating nice and crispy. I'll be making these again!
  4. Bergy
    I make this same recipe using only milk or tomato juice as the dip - Love the Onion rings - as you said they are healthy and unbelievably good Hope others try your recipe


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