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Onion Rings

Sunday, May 31, 2009





Fried some onion rings for dinner last evening as they are going to go bad very soon. Normally, i only uses onion to cook in sardine or chicken dishes. But they always are the one left on the plate whereas all the other food were being eaten. Yes, my picky eaters family do not eat onion.

Well, i had two big onion lying somewhere in the kitchen, and by hook or by crook, i will cook them! So, in order to make my family eat them, i dip them into batter and fry them. At least it sort of disguise it, not being so obivious as an onion.

cool myspace layouts   Hahaha! It’s a hit! My family chomp away the onions  like no tomorrow. The funniest thing is that my second sis ask what that is after finishing quite a bit, and she hates onion.



Onion Rings



2 big                       onions

For Batter:

50 g                        rice flour

150 g                     plain flour

3oo ml                  cold evaporated milk

½ tsp                    salt

1 tsp                      baking powder



1.    Mix all ingredients for batter in large bowl and set aside in freezer for 15 minutes.

2.    Peel onions and cut into rings.

3.    Heat cooking oil to high heat.

4.    Remove batter from freezer, dip onion rings into it and deep fry.

5.    Fry until golden, flipping over during mid fry.

6.    Remove from oil and place onto oil absorbent paper.

7.    Serve with ketchup, chili sauce or mayonnaise.


One Comment leave one →
  1. lailablogs permalink
    Sunday, May 31, 2009 10:19 pm

    Sounds delicious .. different than the usual recipes .. but very interesting … gonna try it soon .. Laila ..

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