90 Second Beer Battered Onion Rings

90 Second Beer Battered Onion Rings

Watch as Chef Cari with The Food Channel makes these great Dark Stout Beer Battered Onion Rings! Watch more of this series, :90 Seconds in the Kitchen!

You really can bring the Pub home with you, let’s go make some beer battered onion rings. Here are the instructions:

With a very sharp knife, carefully cut the onion into rings and separate into a large bowl.

Pour buttermilk over the top and set aside.

Combine one cup of flour, and one bottle of stout beer, and whisk well.

In another bowl, combine another cup of flour, salt and garlic pepper and mix.

Have your heating and it’s time to batter.

Remove the onions from the buttermilk and dredge in flour and then in the beer mix. You’re gonna get messy, but it’s definitely worth it!

After you’ve battered all of your rings, you’re ready to fry. Work in small batches so you don’t overcrowd the fryer. Keep the oil at about 350 degrees and they should go pretty quickly. When they’re good and golden they’re done.

I wouldn’t steer you wrong these are great by themselves or with whatever!  Now Get in the Kitchen!




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