Shake off the excess and place the rings in the oil. These look delicious! In a medium-size bowl or zip bag, mix together the flour, garlic powder, paprika, salt & pepper. I love anything deep fried. These onion rings looks so good, I am such a huge fan of onion rings, I believe I would have to devour them all! And are making me hungry…. Maybe it’s that there was always some type of cake, pastry, or junk food (like these delicious onion rings) that lured us to the table, or it’s just that we all love our sweets… Whatever it was, everyone’s habits haven’t changed as our dining room tables have changed throughout the years. Buttermilk Onion Rings. I found your blog through Pioneer Woman and so glad I did! First, dip the rings in the dry mixture and shake off excess. Cook onion rings for about 3 to 5 minutes, turning occasionally with metal tongs or slotted spoon, until crispy and browned. I wonder if these could be modified to go into the oven? I love anything fried ;). Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week. It looks very creamy and delicious. Hey Kamran, it was great hanging out with you at BlogHer this past weekend, especially at our super exclusive food blogger meet-up. You’ll thank me for pointing you to the right recipe. I wish I could say that my family had the same love for books as they did food. Fry the onion rings … You talked me into it :). Author of Hand Made Baking, self-taught baker, home cook, photographer and contributor to publications including Food & Wine Magazine, Bon Appétit Magazine, and InStyle UK. You can batter and drop or batter all of them and place on a baking sheet. I love reading cookbooks, they are like novels to me. These look amazing! In a separate bowl, whisk together the eggs and buttermilk. Crispy, crunchy, deep fried buttermilk battered onion rings! Crispy, crunchy, deep fried buttermilk battered onion rings! A little bay leaf, fresh thyme, and a splash of red wine or sherry vinegar perks everything up. Thanks for sharing! Thanks for making a Lorna recipe! Look at those simple little wonders. Your email address will not be published. Just place dried split peas in your slow cooker, top them with diced mirepoix (carrot, celery, and onion), plus some garlic, parsley, and bay leaf. mmm, i love onion rings. My husband would love me forever if I made these. Taste for seasoning and add a little extra salt, if desired. Keep up the amazing work! I want to make some for dinner tonight. This is the first time checkin out ur blog and I am already trying out a recipe! READ FULL BIO ». Avoid overcrowding the pan or fryer. and having a tangy dipping sauce is the best. I hate super thick onion rings. © 2020 The Sophisticated Gourmet, All Rights Reserved. Wow! Hey, Kell– The creamy and delicious thing in the small bowl is some homemade garlic aioli. The best part: Despite the deep-fried flavor, these onion rings are baked, so you won't have the fat and the hassle of frying. But there are all kinds of strategic issues with that :) So perhaps I’ll get over my fear of frying and give these a go. This recipe feeds 2-3 (you’re pushing it if you try to feed four people), but you can easily double it or triple it. Carefully separate the rings. I think even my husband will be convinced with this recipe too…REAL deep fried onion rings. Fry the rings for about three minutes, turning halfway through, until golden brown. Buttermilk seems to be popping up everywhere. More buttermilk onion rings for me! Split pea soup is a comfort food classic, and this version couldn't be easier. Beat the eggs into the buttermilk. My family loves food. You can go thank her over here…. The original recipe calls for a very thinly sliced onion (about 1/8-inch slices)- I like my onion rings a little bit on the thicker side (about 1/4-inch slices) because I like the onion-y flavor, but slice it to what you’d prefer the rings to be like. They’d disappear quickly around our table, that’s for sure. Kam, this is amazing… im def gonna try these at home. I have just stumbled across your blog, via another tweeter, and this recipe caught my eye straight. I adore onion rings and the spicy addition along with the deep fry and buttermilk is pure heaven. Cook time states 3 minutes. Hope it turns out well! Home » Food » Buttermilk Onion Rings Recipe. These pictures are perfection. 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These are one of our favorite side dishes when we’re doing burgers on the grill. Shake off the excess, and then dip the rings in the egg mixture. After reading Lorna’s book (even if you are far away from being a newlywed, or have been married for years), you’ll be inspired to share great memories of food in your kitchen with your loved ones, and perhaps, you’ll even find yourself taking family photos around the dining room table, for decades to come! It’s just in rings and much easier to cook. Another beautiful post, Kamran! )in about fifty minutes! Cut the onions into 1/2″ thick slices. These onion rings are crispy, flavorful, and super easy to make. Pour buttermilk into a large bowl; add onion rings and soak 30 minutes. But you can also spread them on a baking sheet and keep them warm in a 250°F oven until ready to serve. How to Properly Freeze & Store Cookie Dough, 1 large Vidalia onion, sliced (⅛-inch to ¼-inch slices), 1 quart / 945 ml vegetable oil, canola oil, or peanut oil for frying. Buttermilk Onion Rings. Yum… These look incredible! Yummy!!! © 2020 CHOWHOUND, A RED VENTURES COMPANY. First I don’t have the storage space. It was great meeting you this weekend in New York! My mother and I are probably the only two people (out of the many people) from both sides of my family who appreciate great literature and great cookbooks. You don’t believe that the photos talked to me? They sounds (and look) incredible! and I’ve loved joining them at the dinner table over the past few years! ;). I know what you’re thinking, and my response is- feel guilty. I probably wouldn’t have done it this weekend because it’s still too hot outside but for future frying events, you know. Your photos make me want to give them a try! Add a ham bone or ham hocks for a little smoky meatiness, and cover it all with chicken or vegetable stock, then turn on the crockpot and walk away. Oven-Roasted Buttermilk Onion Rings Oven-Roasted Buttermilk Onion Rings. Feb 16, 2013 When deep-frying, do not fry more than one layer of rings at a time (although a little overlap is fine). Loving your photography – just beautiful. I love onion rings. When I look back at old family photos of me as a small child, I can’t help but notice that my family and I always appear to take all of our photos around the dining room table. Honestly, homemade onion rings are easier than you think and they’re so much better at home than anyplace else. An assertive sauce of mashed anchovies (which are optional), capers, Dijon mustard, egg yolks, red onion, and parsley complements the rich mineral flavor of the meat. I am thinking that a grilled tomato aioli dipping sauce would work well with this, too! You’ll thank Lorna for coming up with said recipe. Mix all sauce ingredients together until combined.