Onion rings are a crispy and tasty side dish popular on American, Canadian and British tables. They are often accompanied with burguers or served in aperitifs.
Prep time: 10minutes
Cooking time: 15minutes
Portions: 2/3 people
100gr flour + flour to taste for flouring
1 golden or white onion
1/2 glass of very cold sparkling water
1/2 glass of very cold lager (you can omit it but instead of 1/2 glass use 1 glass of sparkling water)
Vegetable oil for frying to taste.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Clean and cut the onion into rounds of about 1cm.
Prepare the batter by putting the flour, beer, water, salt and pepper in a bowl and stirring well with a whisk to dissolve the lumps.
Take the onion rings, dip them first in the flour and then in the batter and fry them in hot oil (180°) for a couple of minutes or until golden brown.
Transfer them on blotting paper to remove excess oil.
Serve and enjoy with some sauce to taste.❤
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