How to make it

  • Pour buttermilk into large bowl. Add onion rings; toss to coat. Let stand 1 hour, tossing occasionally ( I let them soak all day)
  • Mix flour and seasonings in another large bowl
  • Pour enough oil into heavy large skillet to reach depth of 3 inches
  • Heat over medium-high heat to 350
  • Working with a few onion rings at a time, shake off excess buttermilk, then turn onion rings in flour mixture to coat ( I used a large freezer bag and shook until coated)
  • Fry onion rings until deep golden brown, adjusting heat as necessary for each batch to maintain temperature at 350, about 2 minutes
  • Transfer to paper towels to drain
  • I put cooked rings on a cooling rack a top a baking sheet and left in 200 oven to keep warm

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  • mrpiggy 4 years ago
    Oh, Wynne, those look good, 0¿0
    I love onion. And especially onion rings. Love that addition of cayenne, too..... But I'm afraid to make them or I will never stop. Just like McDonald's french fries..........
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  • twill10 4 years ago
    thx, sounds good and these will be made soon.
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  • jett2whit 4 years ago
    Oh man! I've been on an onion ring kick lately!! Thank YOU!!!!!!! I can't wait to make these
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